About us

The club extends a warm welcome to players of all abilities and levels of experience looking for Table Tennis in Nottingham!  The more competitive players will also find themselves well catered for with club teams going strong across the British and local league systems.

Located at Carlton le Willows Academy Gedling, our state of the art facilities are open to the public for Open Play pay as you play sessions on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, as well as structured coaching for Juniors throughout the week.  If you are looking for Table Tennis in Nottingham we have something for you.  

The club has built strong links with the local community with our coaches working in many of the local schools, sharing their ambition of providing sporting opportunities to as many children as possible. The club constantly seeks to build partnerships with local businesses, organisations and community groups, supporting the ambitions of our members and neighbours wherever we can.  If you are interested in developing a partnership with us please don't hesitate to get in touch.

The club prides itself on its exceptional spirit of inclusivity. We believe that almost anyone can take part in our sport either in its full format or when various adaptions are made. All facilities have been specially designed for wheelchair use, and all of our coaching team have experience of working with all groups and abilities.

Our overall ambition is to increase participation in table tennis amongst all ages, genders, backgrounds and abilities both leisurely and competitively. We aim to promote our facilities as a major asset of the city, whilst maintaining the character of the centre as a friendly community hub where anyone is welcome to join us for sport, play and socialising.


Our team of coaches offer sessions as follows:


- CLW Ping Pass - introduction to table tennis for CLW students after school.

- CLW Coaching - which is aimed at players who what to gain an enthusiam for table tennis and develops their basic skills, then leading into competition (which is primarily for CLW students in Year 7/8/9s).

- Junior Coaching - coaching which is aimed at all abilities under 18s. For players who are beginning to think a little more about playing competitively and will build on existing technical skills.

- Open Play - practice for everybody.

- NDTTA League Matches - local league matches.

- Fast Format League - introduction to league play in a 2-person, with a guarantee early finish, to remove late nights as a barrier to playing.

- Post 16 Academy - which is aimed for players in the 6th form academy, where they can increase their table time alongside their academic studies.