Forth Valley Sensory Centre

Ping Pong Table Away!

An update on our Ping Pong Table/Table Tennis giveaway. The winners were 8th Falkirk Boys Brigade who regularly play competitions on meeting nights and use the game for fun and physical activity.

We are delighted that the table is going to a good home with 8th Falkirk Boys Brigade and very grateful to the anonymous lady who dropped off some new nets and balls for the table. Thank you good samaritan!

Members of 8th Falkirk Boys Brigade in reception with the new Ping Pong table

We have a Ping Pong table going free! A few stipulations; third sector (schools, charities, community centres or groups etc only) and Forth Valley based please. We are doing this via Facebook so please get on an reguister your interest!

Essentially, we have a brand new Butterfly folding Ping Pong table which we are wanting to give away. It is in perfect condition although you might need to get a net for it and of course, this doesn’t come with bats, balls etc. It is this table we have on offer. The list price is £390!

What to do is like and comment on our Facebook post to say what group you are and we will consider the application. Winner will be decided by the Centre in a random draw

Entries/register of interest by end of Wednesday 14th June please and winner to collect by Friday 16th if possible. Thank you very much!

If you are not a member of an organisation but think you know one that might like it (for example your child’s school) then please, share the post and let them know it is available.

Here’s the link to the page!

Good luck!

 

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