playing table-tennis at club night

Table Tennis Practice Sessions

Kidlington Forum Table Tennis Club is open for practice sessions for club members only at the Exeter Close Pavilion. We use a booking system to avoid overcrowding: please make sure you book before attending a session otherwise you are trespassing on the availability for other players and making life difficult for the session supervisors.

Members may book up to a fortnight in advance, and a maximum of 20 players are permitted for each session, in addition to the duty supervisor. Sessions are as follows:

We are using a booking system called Jezzam, which is provided by a local Oxford-based company. Please see below for details of how to book.

There is a lot of virus (flu and covid) going around this winter, so please do continue to be sensible: don't play if you are feeling unwell or showing symptoms, and you can cancel your booking by following instructions in the email you got when you booked.

Lastly, enjoy the table tennis!

Making a Booking
screenshot of Jezzam

First of all, you will need the booking password, which has been emailed to all club members. Do not give the password to anyone else, as the booking password is used to help restrict practice sessions to club members.

Then, simply go to the Jezzam page for Kidlington Forum (logging in is not necessary) and choose which session you want to book for, enter the booking password and click the "Book Now" button.

You'll be asked for your name and email address, and this will be used to send you confirmation of your booking. If you find that you can't attend a session, then please cancel your booking: you can find a link to cancel your booking in your confirmation email.

If you are booking for a family member or friend as well you will need to book them in too, with their names, and they must be Club members too.

Although you don't need to log in to the Jezzam site to make a booking, if you want to find out which bookings you have made, then you can set yourself up with a Jezzam membership, use that when you make bookings, and then you have the option to view your active bookings.

Hopefully you should find the way to book straightforward, but if not, do ask the bookings secretary, Michael Kenyon (