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Wallingford Table Tennis Association

The association was established in 1949 to promote the playing of Table Tennis in the Didcot area. The objects of the association are to encourage and raise the standards of Table Tennis in Didcot and District. It achieves this by organising an annual league competition…

The association was established in 1949 to promote the playing of Table Tennis in the Didcot area. The objects of the association are to encourage and raise the standards of Table Tennis in Didcot and District. It achieves this by organising an annual league competition containing affiliated teams from towns and villages across South Oxfordshire, from Wantage through Abingdon and Didcot to Wallingford. The DDTTA also organises other annual championships, e.g. Handicap Shield competition.

In the current season 2015-16 the association has five league divisions containing 43 teams from 12 clubs, comprising around 200 playing members aged from 9 to 85!

Any individual or club who would like to be involved in the association or would like further information about playing table tennis in south Oxfordshire should contact us.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our website, if you have any comments please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Tony Quinn
Contact Position
Captain
Telephone
01491 835122
E-mail
john.gould@ddtta.org.uk
Website
http://www.ddtta.org.uk/index.html

Where to go

Address
Regal Sports & Social Centre
9 St. Martin's Street
Wallingford
Postcode
OX10 0AL

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday 7.30pm - 10pm
Time of day
Evening

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
From 0 To 120

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Adults

Last checked on 17/05/2016

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