This week the
Brunswick in Scarborough welcomed back it’s pop up Ping Pong Parlour where people can take a break from shopping and enjoy a free game of table tennis.
Pop-up Ping Pong Parlours form part of our vision to inspire people to get active and lead happier, healthier lifestyles by introducing table tennis into the places they already spend time in their everyday lives.
The centre’s owner, Scarborough Group International (SGI) is hoping that the Ping Pong Parlour will not only attract more people to shop at the Brunswick, but will also encourage them to keep active.
Stephen Marriott, Centre Manager at the Brunswick, said:
We are delighted to be hosting this pop-up Ping-Pong Parlour in the Brunswick once again and would like to thank Table Tennis England for their support. It is a great sport that anyone can play, no matter age or ability and we hope that by providing this facility within the centre it will not only attract more visitors into the Brunswick, but also encourage people to get active. Stephen marriott, centre manager at the brunswick
Also reopening this week is the Ping Pong Parlour at
Millgate Shopping Centre in Bury, pictured below.
The Ping Pong Parlour that reopened at the Grafton in Cambridge earlier this month has seen great traction, and is providing a fantastic space for its customers.
We came along to the Ping Pong Parlour to have fun, Jack loves table tennis and it’s great to play inside out of the bad weather. It’s a nice atmosphere and easily accessible to get to as we live nearby. The Ping Pong Parlour provides something nice for us to do whilst exploring the city centre. Geri and jack, visitors to the grafton
We came to the centre 2 weeks ago to go to the cinema, we were early and noticed the Parlour so we’ve bought our own table tennis bats from Decathlon. We came to the centre this time just for the Parlour! Guanyun, visitor to the grafton centre
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