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Published: Wednesday, 28 October 2015 16:13

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Published: Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:35

No Strings Co-ordinators wanted

Badminton England are working with St. Pauls Community Sports Academy & Henbury Leisure Centre to increase regular Badminton playing opportunities, and both centres are looking for volunteer ‘No Strings Co-ordinators’ to deliver informal Pay and Play Badminton sessions. The No Strings Co-ordinator role includes duties such as: player meet and greet, taking registers, mixing up games/players, providing tips on game scoring/rules and promoting the session.  You can also take part and get a free weekly session as well as a Co-ordinator T-Shirt in return for your efforts.  

 Please see full session details below:

Venue St. Pauls Community Sports Academy Start Date ASAP
Session Days/Times

Friday - 8.30pm – 9.30pm

Sunday - 2.30pm – 4.30pm

Occurrence Weekly
Full Address of Venue Newfoundland Road, Bristol BS2 9NH
Hourly Rate £10.oo P/H

                                                                                                                                           

Venue Henbury Leisure Centre Start Date ASAP
Session Days/Times Sunday - 5.30pm – 6.30pm Occurrence Weekly
Full Address of Venue Avonmouth Way, Bristol BS10 7NG
Hourly Rate £10.oo P/H

If you are interested in any of the above opportunities please contact me to confirm this. You will be supplied with free access to the No Strings online training module qualifying you as a No Strings Co-ordinator on completion, if have not done so already.

I look forward to hearing from you. Kind Regards,

Chris Corke
Workforce Officer (West Midlands & South West)
Badminton England
07901 005317
01908 268400

Published: Tuesday, 20 October 2015 12:50

Become a Badminton Volunteer

Volunteers are an incredible asset within our sport and supply an unlimited amount of experience and support to the day to day running of Badminton throughout the country, from Major Events to weekly No Strings sessions.  To Badminton England, a volunteer is much more than a person who gives up their free time; they are an invaluable member of a family-like community.
We are on the lookout for more people to get involved and become Badminton England volunteers to help make our sport happen!
Whether you are interested in supporting a local club, leadership, assisting a league committee or being part of a major event we can help, as our Volunteer Portal is dedicated to recruiting, retaining and rewarding our volunteer workforce, as well as helping external organisations to recruit volunteers. The Volunteer Portal allows you to create a customised profile and search the breadth of England for any upcoming volunteering opportunities.
See the full
Wesport’s 2015-16 Club, Coach & Volunteer Development programme HERE. There are still a few spaces left on the November workshops so please take a look at the attached to see if there are any courses that you wish to attend.
Please note places cannot be reserved via email or phone – If you would like to book a space on a course simply open the attachment and click on the ‘book’ tab, which will take you to the online store.
Please contact Ian Wells - should you have any questions.

Benefits of volunteering:

  • Increase in confidence and self esteem
  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Improve organisational and team-working skills
  • Enhances employability – add to your CV
  • Gain experience in different roles
  • Develop transferable skills
  • Provides new challenges
Last Updated: Tuesday, 27 September 2016 11:04

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Published: Wednesday, 19 August 2015 14:47

The West of England Sports Trust (Wesport) are running a FREE Club Matters Evening on Monday 28th September 2015 from 6.45 - 9pm
at the Bristol Pavilion, Gloucestershire County Cricket Ground, Neville Road, Bristol.

The Club Matters Evening is aimed at anyone who is involved in running a sports club and will focus upon Sport England’s newly launched Club Matters website that provides free, convenient and practical support to help you develop and run your club. Whether you are a small club that has recently formed or a larger more established club there are a range of resources and practical tools that can help you develop and sustain your club.

The workshop is limited to a maximum of two club officials per club and we ask that all clubs wishing to attend the evening to register their attendance via www.wesport.org.uk/clubmattersevening. Clubs are also required to register on the Club Matters Website in order to attend this event. On completion of the event booking you will be directed to the Club Matters website to register.

In addition to the Club Matters Navigation session where delegates will be able to see how to get the best out of the Club Matters website there will also be other workshops available including Small Grants and Funding.

To reserve your FREE place(s) please visit www.wesport.org.uk/clubmattersevening.

In the meantime, regardless of whether you are a large or small club we hope that your club will take advantage of this FREE opportunity to attend what promises to be an informative and useful evening.

If you require further information about the Club Matters evening then please contact or call 0117 328 6250.

For more information please contact 1173-286250 or

Published: Monday, 05 January 2015 16:33

Important Data Protection Information

Click HERE to access a guidance leaflet intended to provide general guidance for clubs and counties with respect to data protection.
This leaflet represents Badminton England’s interpretation and summary of key parts of the law only and does not cover every potential scenario. If you are unsure of any of the detail with regard to your own circumstances then please read the supporting information and view the websites given at the end of the document.

For membership enquires please email

For safeguarding enquiries please email

This guidance leaflet supports the information presented by Gavin Finch Head of Marketing at the General meeting on Thursday 30 October 2014

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