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    Social Ping Competition

    On Thursday 6 October Ping! Leeds are going to be running a round robin competition right here at the Corn Exchange from 5.30-8.45pm (registration is from 5pm). Bats and balls will be provided of course and there will be someone on hand who knows all the rules.  No experience is necessary so just register here and then come along to enjoy some ping pong action! £2 entry payable on the night  

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    Ping Pong parlour

    Officially launching at 6.30pm on Thursday 16 June, our Ping Pong tables officially open for the summer with a new exhibition celebrating the Victorian past time and special appearances from professional regional and national players. An exhibition including a table tennis robot, images and table tennis paraphernalia will be on show with the robot on hand to put players through their paces. A collaboration with Ping! Leeds, the local example of the free nationwide ping pong festival and Table Tennis England, the Corn Exchange Ping Pong Parlour will be accessible daily throughout the summer, when the space is not being…


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