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Brighton Table Tennis Club FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join BTTC?

The only thing you have to do is to show up at one of our drop in sessions. On your first time at the club you will be asked to fill in a very quick registration form.

How can I volunteer at bttc?

You are very welcome to come along to open sessions, to play table tennis. We like to get to know people and for them to get to know the club (its members and its ethos) before we invite them to become volunteers.

Can anyone play?

Yes. The club is open to everyone who wants to have a table tennis game, regardless of standard! Some of our sessions are specific for the competition level however, so please click HERE to have access to our full timetable where you can check which sessions are more suitable to you.

How much does it cost?

All of our drop in sessions cost £4 per player (£2 concessions), most of our sessions is 2 hours. Our “Adult Coaching” on Thursdays evening is the only session with a different price, £5/player. You can also pay £10 per week (£5 concession) in order to attend to as many drop in sessions as you like for the week. 

How can my child join the After School Club?

We run After School Clubs at Brighton Table Tennis Club facilities 4 times a week for Year 4 to Year 8. We have limited spaces so a form is required to register your child in our After School Club, please send an email to jane@brightontabletennisclub.com in order to get this form. The prices also vary depending if your child is being picked up at the school or dropped at the club (St. Luke's Primary School and Queens Park School are the only pick ups at the moment) and also depending on the day they want to attend. A new form is required every school term.

DO I HAVE TO BE A GOOD PLAYER TO JOIN THE CLUB?

Not at all! Our All Comer sessions attract players of all levels and are supervised by a member of staff. We ensure that everyone - from beginner to expert- is given an opportunity to play against various players of different abilities.

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