Ping on Film

A series of films showcasing Ping! and how the project is reaching diverse members of the community, tackling a variety of social outcome

Working with people living with disabilities in a residential care home

How a social, networking league evolved from the Bristol Ping! tables

Why the Mansfield Ping Pong Parlour gives Gordon, recovering from a brain injury, a reason to ‘get up in the morning’

The Grange is in one of the most socially deprived council estates in England, children come in not just to play table tennis but to have a meal and feel safe.

How an Age-UK project in Barnsley is tackling social isolation and inactivity in a group of over 50 men

Keith is living ‘in the grip’ of Alzheimers but table tennis takes him back to a time when he was a younger man and makes him smile again

How South Asian women in Bradford are gaining health and confidence through table tennis

How table tennis can enjoyed by all regardless of ability or health issues

Evolving from the Ping! tables at Kings Cross London, the KX Tribe is a tale of cultural diversity, active community and some great table tennis!

Hilary is registered blind but that doesn’t stop her enjoying a game of adapted ping pong!  As Hilary’s daughter says, it’s all too easy for the elderly to spend their afternoons snoozing; but when Ping Pong Pete arrives with his adapted table tennis equipment – everyone is engaged – whether joining in or watching the fun.

Compilation of all the Power of Ping films showing the impact table tennis can have

The Ping! Oxford All-comers Summer Series is helping new and returning players to play both socially and competitively, including providing a pathway to clubs and leagues.

How the Liverpool Ping Pong Parlour has benefited local table tennis leagues and clubs
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