How to find us

Cramlington is a medium sized town in the Blyth Valley district of Northumberland. Being situated next to the A1, A19 and A189. It has good road links to the city of Newcastle, Tyne & Wear and northern, western and coastal parts of Northumberland.

Cramlington Table Tennis Club uses facilities at the Sporting Club Cramlington which is to be found in the grounds of Cramlington Learning Village (formerly known as Cramlington Community High School).


The Sporting Club of Cramlington, Cramlington Learning Village

On Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings (excluding Bank Holidays) the club meets from 7.00pm. It uses the small sports hall at the Sporting Club of Cramlington, Cramlington on the Monday and Thursday evenings and the big hall on Friday evenings which are club nights with priority being given to younger players. Up to 22 tables are used on club nights.

During the main winter season (September to March) we have 17 league teams using the school as their home venue on Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings . On Monday and Thursday evenings the small sports hall is divided into two. On the right hand side three tables are used for league games. On the left hand side up to five  tables are put up for practice by league players and developing youngsters. On a Friday evening we have the large hall, for Club night participation, and half of the small hall for league games.

Between April and August we retain use of the Hall on Monday and Thursday evening for practice and development of new players as well as our Friday evening club nights for all ages. For people who have been considering trying the sport or re-starting after a period away from the game this is a good time to come down to one of the Monday or Thursday sessions.

Between May and July there is a Summer League and some league games are played on Mondays and Thursday, but there are plenty of practice tables available, and of course Friday nights are still open to all. In short we are open all the year round on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays except when they fall  on bank holidays or other rare occasions when the Sporting Club premises are closed.

Directions to :

Sporting Club of Cramlington, Cramlington Learning Village, Highburn, Cramlington, NE23 6BN.

Access Cramlington from the Moor Farm roundabout (intersection of the A19 and A189). Follow the A1171 towards the town centre. Immediately after Barns Park the road becomes a dual carriageway. For the School and Sporting Club take the first left exit on this road.  which is signposted.  On the approach road there is a barrier with an intercom system to allow authorised persons, and those with disabilities, to carry on to the main door of the Sporting Club. All other users must use the car park to the right of the building occupying what used to be former tennis courts. Park there and walk to the centre.
(A to Z ref page 4 B5) (For Sat. Nav. users post code is NE23 6BN)

More detailed instructions can be downloaded as follows:

Access club via A1 from the South

Access club via A19 from the South

Access club via A69 from the West

Access club via A189 from the South


CTTC meets on Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings at the Sporting Club Cramlington  Cramlington Learning Village.

  1. Hi
    My 10year old son is interested in coming to table tennis he’s played last year at home
    How do we go about coming

  2. My grandson aged 9 would like to join a table tennis club which gives instruction. Would your club be able to accommodate him, if so what time, what day and how much?

  3. Hello there. I’m not really good at table tennis but I’ve recently moved up here and would love to join in and play.

    • Andrew, I tried to email you on Friday 16 February but the message came back saying your mailbox was unavailable. This is the message I sent .I hope you receive it.
      In my capacity as Chairman of Cramlington Table Tennis Club I am replying to your enquiry “If my friend & i were to get a bus from seaton delaval to cramlington, where do we go from bus station? Thanks”

      As far as I know there is only the Arriva 57 and 58 that come direct to Cramlington. They have a bus stop at Manor Walks (Dudley Lane Shops) and this is the nearest stop to the Cramlington Learning Village where the Club is. Unfortunately you would have about a 15 to 20 minute walk from the bus stop as the Learning Village is about 1.2 miles from the bus stop. When you get off at the bus stop just ask anyone for the directions to Cramlington Learning village. It is a straight walk in the direction towards Moor Farm.

      Do you know whether there any other buses that come to Cramlington?

      Alan Hedley

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