Current Programme

Coronavirus Update 17th March 2020

All club night activities of the New Milton Table Tennis Club are suspended with immediate effect.

There will be no further club nights at the Grange School on Thursday and Sundays evenings nor at Mudeford Wood Community Centre on Monday evenings until the current Coronavirus crisis is over.


Open Practice: The main club night is held at the Grange School on most Sundays from around 6:30 pm. Up to 12 tables are available for practice so that waiting time is minimised. Players may have the opportunity to use the club robot to practice routines. A second club night will be held at the Grange on most Thursday evenings during the winter months from the 1st September 2019 at around 7:00 pm.

Coaching: “One-to-One” or “Group” coaching with Mathew Ware is normally available by appointment on Thursday evenings from September onwards. Times will vary because of the training programme. For further information please telephone Mathew on: 07788 968232 or email:

League Programme: The New Milton Table Tennis Club is hoping to field 9 teams in the local Bournemouth League during the 2018/2019 season. Six teams will play their home matches at Mudeford Wood Community Centre, Pipers Drive, Mudeford, Christchurch BH23 4TR (off the A337) on Monday evenings. The remaining three teams will play their home fixtures at the Grange School, Redvers Road, Somerford, Christchurch, BH23 3AU on Thursday evenings. If you would like to play in a team or require further information please contact Bev Scott-Johns on 01425 619552.

Table Tennis Club Night Fees:
Club Night – Adult members = £3.00; senior guests = £4.00.
Club Night for junior players = £1.50, Subsequent Junior Family Members = £1.00.


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