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By publishing club information we can help the community get more involved in badminton and the development of individuals and the sport.
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ALL STARS BADMINTON CLUB
Burscough Sports Centre, Burscough,
Banks Leisure Centre,
Westhoughton Community Leisure Centre,
Southport - Debbie Rigby 07732823620; Bolton - Marc Rideout 07531903994; Milton Keynes - Sara Sankey 07870505703
Days and Times of play: most days of week, contact essential, or check website
Members: 4+ disabled players; over 200 abled bodied players across all 3 centres
ALL STARS PRIDES ITSELF ON AN OPEN INVITATION TO ALL PLAYERS, NO LIMITS ON AGE OR STANDARD. ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO PLAY AND SUPPORT EACH OTHER ON ANY OCCASION. WE HAVE COACHING SESSIONS AND GAMES SESSIONS, TOURNAMENTS, COMPETITIONS AND MORE TO ENCOURAGE FRIENDLY RIVALRY.
Additional information from Debbie Rigby:
All Stars has 3 different groups, Sara Sankey started the first in Milton Keynes approx. 6 years ago, she has a very large club of over 150 members, Im not sure if or hoe many disabled players she has, but I do know we encourage anyone who wants to play the game. They have a number of league teams
I, myself started my club in Southport only 18months ago we now have 3 sections, Burscough, Banks and Dunes, to accommodate as many people as possible, we have 2 players with LD and one with CP, who I have just mentored to his level 1 coach and is now working alongside me. These players will also be playing the Parabadminton Games in Nottingham in a couple of weeks time, where I will also attend to help organise and advise them. We entered a team in the league last year, they all played well, including my 2 LDs and are looking forward to the competition again next season.
The Bolton All Stars was only started in September of last year, myself and level 2 coach Marc Rideout run this session on a Saturday at Westhoughton Community Leisure Centre, we are a small group, but growing all the time, we have 1 Dwarf member who again will be playing in Nottingham. We are working towards senior and junior league status for next year.
As you can see, we have quite a number of outlets for players up and down the country and felt there may well be some disabled players who may be missing out because they didn’t know about us.
Trumpington Community College
Sat Nav: CB2 8HE
Head Coach: Philip Gray
website: Aspire Badminton Club
mobile: 07910 755 135
Aspire Badminton Club is an inclusive badminton club in Cambridge, providing accessible badminton for everyone. Whatever your ability or disability, whatever your age, we have a session for you at our club. Having started in September 2017 we are now the largest junior club in the county and the only Badminton England Premier Club / Clubmark club.
We are also a BADMINTON England Premier Club, which means our club adheres to Sport England's Clubmark standard. As a Clubmark club we have to meet standards built around a set of core criteria. These ensure that we operate to a set of consistent, accepted and adopted minimum operating standards. In addition, we are open to everyone and we will provide coaching to help you improve.
Our Head Coach, who has been coaching for 18 years, has over 16 years experience of coaching badminton with those who are deaf / hard of hearing, disabled, have learning difficulties, autism, special needs or other conditions.
BRYN BADMINTON CLUB AND ASHTON & BRYN BADMINTON CLUB
C/o 4 RICHMOND ROAD
Jeff Johnson / Head Coach 01942711028
Days and Times of Play: Tuesday evening; Saturday morning and afternoon; 7.30 to 8.30 Juniors, 8.30 to 10.00 adults and experienced juniors
Members: 10 disabled members, 30 non-disabled members
The Bryn BC was orginally established in the early sixties and fully inclusve in the late eighties. The club eventually achieved Premier status in 2011. Some of our LDs play in 2 main-stream clubs. Bryn and Bolton Lads and Girls Club. Our junior club is known ae Ashton and Bryn junior BC. A number of our players are members of the league's working committees and Lancashires sub committee representing all disabled players in the county.
COLCHESTER & EAST ESSEX BADMINTON FEDERATION
Simon Gilhooly - Chairmain/Coach
Days and Times: Friday 10.30am-11.30am
Members: 12 dsabled players
Colchester & East Essex Badminton Federation organises the local league competition, promotes junior badminton and provides a central point of reference for anyone wanting to play badminton in the area. In addition to our membership clubs we support social and pay & play clubs where possible.
Since Sept 2014 we have been offering a weekly session of badminton in conjunction with local charity Colchester Gateway Clubs and Mencap.
The focus has been on learning difficulties players but we have one wheel chair user.
COMMUNITY PLUS AT WHITMORE - INCLUSIVE BADMINTON CLUB
COMMUNITY PLUS AT WHITMORE
Candice Bryan (Chair Incl. Publicity, Welfare & Secretarial Interim Responsibilties) 020 8869 4884
Days and Times of Play: Fridays; 3.30pm to 5.30pm
Members: 13 Disabled members, (4 wheelchair members), 1 able-bodied member
Website: www.whitmore.harrow.sch.uk (go to 'Community Plus' and click on 'Sports Development')
Community Plus at Whitmore's Inclusive Badminton Club provides quality opportunities for young people with disabilities to learn the rules, skills and tactics of badminton with help from qualified badminton England coaches.
Our Inclusive Badminton Club welcomes players with a wide range of physical, visual, learning and hearing disabilities. This helps us to maintain our commitment to community sports and offering opportunities to all levels. Our mission is to:
"To offer quality opportunities for young people with disabilties to play badminton at a level determined by each individual's interest and abiltiy".
BROADCLYST SPORTS CENTRE
BROADCLYST , EXETER, EX5 3AL
Mike Follett - Secretary Tel: 01392466711 / 07752003102
Sharon Hawkins - Chairman Tel: 01363772440
Day and Times of play: Tuesday 7pm - 9.30pm
Pay & Play fee: £4 PER WEEK. 1ST SESSION FREE
Members: 14 Member (all disabled wheelchair members)
The Devon Racqueteers wheelchair badminton club was formed in October 2008 following a taster session organised by BADMINTON England. Three players attended the first meeting held in a local school and the numbers have steadily increased to the present membership of 14 players and 6 coaches. Our head coach has just been voted Devon Sports awards coach of disabled performers 2010 and Devon Community Foundation Volunteer of the year 2010. Although our youngest member is 18 we could accept anyone from 10 years old upwards as we have a child welfare officer and our coaches are CRB checked. Our members have had considerable success winning 10 gold and silver medals at various 4 Nations competitions. In the 4 Nations ranking we have 6 players in the top 10 with our doubles pair ranked at number 1. There is a friendly and welcoming atmosphere at the club for both male and female members playing socially or to a high standard. Our ultimate aim is Paralympic status.
GREENFORD SPORTS CENTRE
LADY MARGARET ROAD
Sports Centre 020 8575 9157
Times: Sundays 13.00.- 16.00.hrs
Fees: Pay and Play £6 per session, Membership Fee £55 quarterly
Members: 25 Full members, 6 disabled players, 40 pay and play
DLC Renegades Badminton Club has a very friendly and social atmosphere that welcomes most standards. The club is made up from a mixture of different playing standards and abilities. Our club has a healthy mix of women and Men in which you get to play both men’s/ladies doubles and mixed doubles, which if you’re a competitive player keeps your games up. Then other the other hand you can opt to play a social game, whatever game is we have it here. It’s is a great club to interact with others and have a laugh whilst having a fun game.
At the moment we have 6 disabled (physical) players that play at our club which has surprised some of our members because we never gave disabled players a second thought until they started coming on regular basis. Some of them are just as good as the top able bodied players. Some of the disabled players use this as a training session which help for there tournaments that they play in around the world representing England. Playing with able bodied is good training and important part of improving there game. Playing a high standard of players is one way of improving. Greenford provides this standard.
Our club is base at Greenford High School / Sport Centre which has many our activities for disabled people with wheelchair access.
*Unfortunately our club does not have the facility to cater for wheelchair users at the moment.
(Sports Centre and parking is at the rear of the school)
Closest tube station: Snaresbrook tube station (Central Line) - 10-15 minutes walk or 5 minutes by car from station.
Charles Lee 07720645590
Times: Monday 20.00-22.00hrs, Sunday 16.00-18.00hrs
Fees: £100 yearly or £4 pay & play per session - 2 hours
Members: Approximately 30 abled bodied members, 3 disabled members
The FSSSA is a very friendly social club, the club started over 30 years ago with only 4 members. Still running today our club has over 40 full members and visitors attending every week. You can have a fun, social game or be competitive mixing with different standards ranging from beginners to advanced players. Some of our members play at league tournaments and have extensive badminton experience. There are 3 disabled England players currently playing here. The FSSSA is where Daniel Lee started badminton over 10 years ago. The FSSSA is still thriving having attracted players for many years and also holds annual dinners for its members who always have a great time. This year's 2010 annual dinner was a Malaysian cuisine.
CENTRE FOR SPORT
WESTGATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Will Smith 07837029320
(Club and Club matches)
(Club and Club matches)
Ths is a standard social club that ranges from beginner to advanced. William Smith (above knee amputee) plays here regularly. If you are Disabled it maybe worth while coming along to this club to see Will play or give him a ring on 07837029320. Everyone is extremly friendly and will have no problem with vistors coming in to have a knock about. There are around twenty abled-bodied who play at the club.
THE DOME BADMINTON CENTRE
NORTH HYDE LANE
Daniel Lee (Organiser) 07714 092254. Bruno Forbes (Coach/Organiser) 07931 423517.
Times: Wednesdays 10.30am to 12.30pm, Fridays 20:00 to 22:00hrs
Fees: £3 No subs.
Members: Eight disabled players
No Barriers Badminton Club (NBBC) is based in a BE certified badminton performance centre for the Middlesex area of London (North West). Hounslow badminton centre is known locally as the Dome, The home of badminton in the Middlesex area. The Dome is open 7 days a week all year round and has 7 courts. The Dome is home to many different badminton clubs in which NBBC is one. On Friday nights NBBC has 2 courts.
Rajiv Ouseph (England’s No1 singles badminton champion) used to train here and sometimes comes back for a fun evening and demonstration. His dad, Joe also plays at the dome and is a key member of the Dome’s staff.
NBBC was set up by head coach Sheila Collins to help and encourage disabled people to take up the sport in the area. No Barriers Badminton Club is a friendly social club with a great atmosphere, welcoming all ages above 15 years old. We believe that coaching and training is a key part of getting the most out of your game whether if you are a competitive or social player, Badminton is all about enjoying your game. Therefore whether you are learning disabilities or physical disabilities you can be assured that you will be welcomed and fit in amongst all the different characters and cultures here at the Dome (NBBC).
At NBBC we have a number of able bodied players that play at our club, those of you that want a challenge and a competitive game you will find it here. Or on the other hand if you are a beginner or social player we have the coaching and training and if you want to play a the slower game we have it here. If you are thinking of taking up a sport come down and give NBBC a try, even if you are not sure come down and just watch and you might see something that you may interest you.
We are a club that welcomes all whether you are a social, competitive player or somebody that is thinking about taking up a sport, come to the Dome. You will have the opportunity to meet different people / players from all walks of life and make new friends in our warm, relaxed and safe environment.
A number of our disabled players play for England in tournaments locally, nationally and internationally. Come down and meet them and ask them questions.
Our two main coaches are disabled themselves and know, appreciate and understand the challenges that disabled players have when taking up a new sport or wanting to improve in the sport. NBBC welcomes all disabled players of all standards from beginners to advanced players so feel free to join us.
Currently we are in the process of buying 2 sports chairs, so come along if you are a wheelchair user and thinking of taking up badminton.
ELLIS GUILFORD SPORTS CENTRE,
Paula Robinson, Founding Member, player. Tel: 07795272987
Winston Kilburn, Volunteer Tel: 07774442710
Days and Times of play: Fridays 7-9pm
Pay & Play: Yes
Members: 5 disabled, 5 non-disabled
Nottingham based Blazers Wheelchair Badminton Club was established in February 2006 after a one day Wheelchair badminton taster session was held in Leicestershire. The taster session was attended by players from all over England and its success gave Badminton Development Officer, Elaine Spray the inspiration to set up the club to give people with disabilities more opportunity and variety of sports to the already successful wheelchair tennis and basketball clubs in Nottingham.
The club started with £5,000 National Lottery money from Awards for All, and five specialist Sport Wheelchairs donated from The Lord Taveners. That enabled offer people who use 'day chairs' to experience this very sociable sport for themselves. Although the club doesn’t have a large membership, it does play host to dedicated players who regularly play each week to enjoy their sport.
As a Badminton England Affiliated club, we were awarded club of the month by Badminton England in May 2010.To mark our continued achievements since our establishment in 2006,with our players winning several medals within the 4 Nations Para-Badminton series. Aided by level 2 coach Oliver Ward who’s dedicated much of his time in coaching Paula, Bernadette and Owen.
There will be many people in the Nottinghamshire area that would welcome the opportunity to try something different, meet new people and have a great deal of fun. Age is no barrier for this sport and the first few sessions are free for you to try.
Come along on Fridays between 7.00 pm and 9.00 pm to the Ellis Guilford Sports Centre, Bars Lane, Basford, Nottingham you'll be sure of a very warm welcome.
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL,
Denny Vettom Tel: 07716549342
Days and Times of play: Tuesdays 8 - 10pm
Pay & Play: Yes
Members: 7 disabled members
Phoenix Badminton Club is a friendly community badminton club with “Badminton England’s Inclusive Club” status. In March 2010 Phoenix Wheelchair Badminton Club was started with help of Wheel Power and Bucks Badminton Development officer. 20 Hours of coaching funded by Wheel Power and Phoenix improved player’s game standard and confidence. In short period of time some of the players have achieved considerable success in 4 Nations Disability tournaments, and members are actively participating in competitive games. We welcome wheelchair players of all standards.
Phoenix Disability Sessions
Phoenix Badminton Disability Badminton Sessions: starts 27th September 2011, 8.00pm to 9.00pm, at Girls High School, Aylesbury - £3.00 per session.
Sessions are open to all Disabilities
Played at: Aylesbury High School. Walton Road, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP21 7SX
Contact: Herman Fung,
WILLESDEN SPORTS CENTRE COMMUNITY BADMINTON run by NO BARRIERS BADMINTON CLUB (NBBC)
Disabilities, beginners and general play are all welcome
Times of Play:
10.30 – 12.30PM. Ladies only and over 45s
All disabilities including wheelchair users
13.00 – 15.00pm. General play
Pay and Play - £5. £3 with discount
£3 disabled - Per Session
'All disabilities welcome'
Led by BE CRB checked Level Two Coach
Bruno Forbes 07779849689
CLICK HERE FOR WILLESDEN CLUB POSTER
WIMBLEDON RACQUETS AND FITNESS CLUB
Disability Coach - Lorraine Brydie Tel 020 8780 9497
Wimbledon Disability Sessions
Times: Brand New from Saturday 20 August 2011 5.30pm -7.00pm - Weekly Disability Session with Coach
Fees: Up to three sessions - Free taster sessions for newcomers will run throughout the year.
Members: 4 disabled players and between 300-400 abled-bodied players at the club
Click on the photo for Wimbledon Disability Sessions poster
We are an able bodied club but actively promote the inclusion and integration of disabled players. We have introduced a disability session to provide disabled players an excellent entry point into the club.The session also gives disabled players the opportunity to play against one another. Other than the open session which is for able bodied and disabled we have graded sessions throughout the week. Players are graded on ability by our head coach and provides a clear performance pathway for those who want to compete in leagues and tournaments.
E.B.A.D. encourages and is always happy to receive any news, information or activities to do with Disability Badminton.