Downham Market & District

Table Tennis

Our U3A table Tennis Group meets on average twice a month on Monday afternoons from 2-00p.m. until 4-00p.m. in Denver Village Hall. This is on the right, not very far down Sluice Road, and has ample parking space and excellent facilities.
Usually about twelve of us turn up and enjoy a great deal of fun and laughter during our games on the two tables. We are of mixed ability, but everyone is very tolerant and relaxed, and age seems to be no barrier. Afterwards we find we feel refreshed, pleasantly tired and looking forward to the next session.
Don’t imagine that you have to be a budding Olympics player to join us, or need to wear special kit, although sensible shoes such as plimsolls or trainers are advisable. You will not be on your feet continuously for two hours, breathless, sweating and feeling exhausted, but can have comfortable breaks between games, when quite a lot of chatting goes on! We provide bats and balls, so the only expense is a quarterly subscription towards the rent of the hall and tables.
New players are always welcome, so if you are even vaguely interested, perhaps fondly reminiscing about the ping-pong days of your youth, come along and meet us, have a few free games and see if you would like to join our group.
For further information contact Marian Stamp.
21/3/2017

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German Indoor Games
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Lunch Club 2 Mah Jong
Music Appreciation 1 Music Appreciation 2
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