Find out more about Table Tennis
Ping! is a street ping pong festival which sees tables placed in landmarks and surprising locations across the county; from tin mines to town centers and pubs to estates.
The tables are there for all to enjoy for FREE, with the aim to get more people playing sport in a new and different way. To join the fun, simply pick up a bat and ball from the side of the table and get playing.
Bodmin: Dragon Centre
Bude: Budehaven Community Leisure, The Weir & Splash Leisure Centre
Camborne: Cornwall Deaf Centre
Falmouth: Beerwolf, Dracaena Centre, Falmouth Docks Table Tennis Club, Kimberley Park & Falmouth Marine School
Feock: National Trust Trelissick Gardens
Grampound: Grampound Cricket Club
Helston: Helston Sports Centre
Launceston: Phoenix Leisure Centre
Looe: Highertown Campsite
Mount Hawke: Mount Hawke skate park
Mitchell: Mitchell village park
Mylor: Mylor Table Tennis Club
Newquay: Newquay Sports Centre, Atlantic ReachCornwall College & Walkabout bar
Perranporth: The Watering Hole
Penryn: Falmouth University
Penzance: Mounts Bay Table Tennis Club, Penzance Hockey Club.
Polzeath: Oyster Catcher
Porthleven: The Moor playing field
Redruth: Bridge Table Tennis Club, Cornwall College & Illogen Indoor Sports Centre.
Saltash: Cornwall College & Plymouth Sports Academy
St Austell: Polkyth Leisure Centre, Brannel Sports Centre, White River Place & Cornwall College
St Ives: St Ives Leisure Centre
Isles of Scilly: Active Scilly, St Marys
St Tudy: Hengar Manor
Torpoint: Crafthole Table Tennis Club
Truro: Truro Cricket Club, Truro College, Cornwall Council (New County Hall), Truro Rugby Club, Penair School & Zafiros Bar