Improvements to the club

22.7.20 Club Silverware ​​​

Whilst bored one afternoon in lockdown Ian Freeston was in his attic came across this haul of silverware. It belongs to APTTC and the last time it was competitively played for was back in 2008.

Hopefully if things ever get back to some ot of normality we plan to compete for these again.

The categories are;

The big one is the singles championship.

Veterans - Chance doubles - Plate competition, - Handicap and juniors

There is also a Sports person of the year, which the committee or a sub section of the committee used to decide.

So, get practicing and one day you could be holding one of these fine trophies aloft

 

 

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July 2020 Update

We have removed the old wooden storage partition. This has means that we can increase the playing area of the hall. This will of benefit to the junior training sessions, the U3A sessions and also give the club the opportunity to facilitate 2 table match nights which will be particularly useful for the junior playing in the adult league.

We have also installed a 4th light bar and light meter which will assist in making the palyer area bigger an brighter

 

Archive News

Work has taken place to repair the roof with some bitumen based fibreglass sealant. This will hopefully help preserve the longevity of the roof and keep the place dry

The walls have had an antifungal wash and will be painted white in the coming weeks along with various roof panels where the water damage has occurred.

The gents windows have been replaced with Upvc glazing