GO Logo
running couple


Four courts are available to hire, they're £8.00 each per hour.
Also, an informal club operates two evenings a week which caters for all standards or you can just do your own thing, just call to check availability.

Returning to Badminton - Post COVID-19

Updated 31/-8/2020

We are delighted to learn from Badminton England that we can return to playing full court singles and doubles Badminton from Saturday 25th July 2020.
Like other areas of our society that we have all had to adjust to, we must ensure the safety of players, and staff remain the no.1 priority to ensure that we can enjoy playing badminton again but at the same time, are adhering to all Government guidance.

Click here to see Badminton England's latest RETURN TO PLAY information.Badminton England Logo

  • • Both singles play and doubles play can now take place in groups of people from different households, as long as you remain 2 metres apart as far as possible - meaning that four people from different households can play doubles.
  • • You can play singles and doubles using all areas of the court, within the respective court markings - if social distancing between adjacent courts cannot be maintained, you should only use the singles court markings.
  • • Other than where players are from the same household or part of a support bubble, follow Government advice on staying alert and safe, and:
  • • Stay at least two metres away from other players (including during play) as far as possible, when taking breaks and before and after play
  • • Do not make physical contact with other players (such as shaking hands or high fiving)
  • • Avoid chasing the shuttle down towards another court if other players are using it
  • • For doubles, consider agreeing in advance which player will take the shot if a shuttle travels to the centre of the court

  • Badminton
    Monday Friday

    7.15pm - 8.15pm

    £2.50 per person. Run by Dot & Dave Stevens.


    5.30pm - 6.30pm

    £2.50 per person. Run by Dot & Dave Stevens.

    Organising a Session

    You must implement a pre-booking system which will enable you to keep attendance records for a minimum of 21 days. You must be able to record who has played in each group within your session and collect all information that may be required by NHS Test and Trace.

    If delivering back to back sessions, end the first session early and start the next session late in order to reduce the risk and provide safe changeovers of players. If you run back to back sessions, no players from the first session can attend the second session.

    * Of course if you attend a Badminton club night then we will take care of the organising.