Newcastle

Table Tennis 2

Name of group: Table Tennis 2
Purpose of group: We meet every week for fun, friendship and fitness.
When we meet: We play every Wednesday between 10 and 11 am.
Where we meet: We meet at the Northumberland Club which is just off Osbourne Road in Newcastle, near the top. It has a large car park and a cafe.
Cost: £4

To attend you must be a U3A member.
If you are coming for the first time, please pay at reception and get directions to the hall. It’s important to wear white soled shoes because black soles mark the playing surface. All equipment is provided.

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