Oxford Community Table Tennis Club aims to welcome anyone who’d like to play table tennis, including those with physical and learning disabilities. We are working with KEEN Oxford to make our sessions as inclusive as possible.
Coronavirus restrictions have affected all our sessions, but we will do what we can to help you enjoy your table tennis. Please email Anne Borrowdale or phone her on 07729 999958 to discuss any specific support you require.
The information below is subject to coronavirus protocols at the venue.
Wheelchairs and restricted mobility
We have wheelchair-friendly tables at both our Grace Church Temple Cowley and Cheney School Headington venues.
Both Temple Cowley Church and Cheney School have level entry to the playing hall, with free parking available next to the entrance. Contact us before you arrive so we can reserve a space for you at the church, or unlock the side gate for parking at Cheney.
Wheelchairs can be stored next to the playing area at both venues.
Both venues have plenty of seats so you can take a break from play.
There is an adapted toilet on the same level as the playing hall at Temple Cowley Church, and wheelchair accessible toilets on the same level at Cheney School.
As a non-profit sporting association, OCTTC keeps session and membership fees as low as possible while still allowing the club to thrive and grow. If you struggle to pay current fees, the committee will consider concessionary rates.
Free or reduced-cost sessions may be available through Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group “social prescribing” - ask your GP if this applies in your area.
Non-playing companions are always welcome to attend sessions for free.
Some of our sessions are busy, noisy, and have lots of people moving quickly around wielding bats! So it's important for young children or anyone who's not playing to keep well away from the playing area, to avoid injury.
We have other, quieter, sessions which suit some people better, and can sometimes make special arrangements for individuals or groups.