6th National Deaf Table Tennis Championships 2015

21 May
21 May

The United Kingdom Deaf Table Tennis Association (UKDTTA) was founded in 2008.

They are a member UK Deaf Sport Organisation and they have links with the English Table Tennis Association (ETTA).

They have a dedicated team of hearing and deaf committee members whose main aim is to promote table tennis for deaf and hearing impaired people.

Their membership has grown and spread over a wide area of the country. It is anticipated that numbers will increase with the release and development of this, our new website and a restructure of the association.

The association will be organising talent ID days and coaching several times a year. Members will receive e-mail correspondence about these, as well as forthcoming events at junior and senior levels.

UKDTTA look forward to an increased entry this year and in the years to follow as they strive to support and improve the awareness of hearing impaired Table Tennis players.

For further information or to request an entry form, please contact the UKDTTA Chair Person, Serena Gilmour at [email protected]

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