Volunteers’ Week 2021

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Volunteers’ Week is a time to say thanks for the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering. Join us this year to recognise the fantastic contribution volunteers make!

Volunteers are the lifeblood of table tennis up and down the country, and we would like to say a big thank you to all those that give their time for free to continue the development of the game we love.

Pride of Table Tennis Awards

The Pride of Table Tennis Awards, which recognises the contribution volunteers make in table tennis, is taking place this Saturday at 1.10pm.

For those that have booked onto the 2021 National Conference, you will be able to watch the awards using the same link provided. We are also streaming the awards live on our Facebook page from 1.10pm for those that won’t be attending the National Conference.

Click here for a list of awards and nominees.

Volunteer at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Birmingham 2022 volunteering applications are open as of today, 1st June! The organisers are looking for 13,000 spirited, dedicated and dynamic volunteers to be the heartbeat of the Commonwealth Games.

As part of the Commonwealth Collective, you’ll be the public face of Birmingham 2022, the heart and soul of the Games experience for athletes, officials, spectators, and a global audience of more than one billion.

Find out more information and apply here.

Make a difference in table tennis

Want to make a difference in table tennis? Learn new skills? Maybe you just want to do something interesting in your spare time and make new friends? There a lot of different reasons why people volunteer with Table Tennis England – but they all say the same thing: it’s one of the most rewarding experiences you can have!

Find out more about current opportunities, and what you can expect from being a volunteer here.

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