Sidmouth badminton Club ready for the new season - and new members!

PUBLISHED: 22:09 09 September 2011

Sidmouth Badminton Club have returned to action for what will hopefully be a successful new season and they are very keen to attract new members to what is already a vibrant friendly club, writes Graham Baker.

The club offers a mix of both social and competitive badminton, so if you have recently moved into the area why not come along, have a game hopefully join the club.

Alternatively if, at present you play but not in a club then why not take your game to a new level, come along to the club to see what it is all about, you never know you’ll probably enjoy playing against a number of different people and feel that the club environment is the place for you to improve and take your badminton to the next level. You will be assured of a warm welcome at the club.

Club nights started on Wednesday, September 7, and will continue run from 8-10pm on Wednesday evenings through to the end of March 2012.

As well as the social badminton the club also run six league teams, two men’s, two ladies and two mixed teams all of which play in the Exeter and District Badminton League. These teams play at various levels and offer a wide range of competitive badminton.

By joining Sidmouth Badminton Club you automatically become affiliated to Badminton England and are able to enjoy all the associated benefits that this can bring.

As well as badminton, the club also hold other social events such as quiz evenings, skittles/pub games evenings etc. to bring the members together away from the badminton court.

For information on the club either come along to one of the taster evenings/club nights or contact Linda on 07980 375780 or Debbie and Graham on 01395 578023. Also visit the club’s website to find out all the latest news regarding the club’s activities.

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