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22 June 2012

Play table tennis in Queen's Park

A successor to the "Ping London" scheme of summer 2010, which saw table tennis tables installed across London thanks to a local resident, two permanent table tennis tables sit in Queen's Park, ready for use by all-comers.

The tables joined pitch-and-putt and traditional tennis courts in the well-equipped City of London-owned park, which covers 30 acres of North West London and has been maintained by the City of London corporation since 1886.

For more, see http://www.qpark.org.uk/action-groups/park-liason/

1 comment:

  1. Table Tennis Fight Club (TTFC) is an invitation-only club where existing members recommend other players, thus creating a select membership of high-level participants who meet in secret locations to train and ‘fight’. New players must defeat 2 existing members in order to gain entry into the club. All members must follow the ‘rules’ of the fight club, of which the most important is: ‘You do not TALK about table tennis fight club but you flaunt it everywhere.’

    If you don't know a current member, you can apply on their website and hopefully be invited to a session.