Play at Winston Churchill School. Juniors train
Fridays 7-9pm. Adults train Wednesdays 7.30-9.30pm. Juniors from 6
Martlet Badminton Club
Contact: Mr J Haynes
Address: c/o Woking High School
Telephone: 01483 888447
Play at Woking High School every Friday 7-10pm.
Play in the Woking and Guildford League. Annual fee of £94.50.
Nomads Badminton Club
Contact: Nicky Pucci
01483 762013 email@example.com
Play Wednesdays 7.30pm-10.30pm at Brookwood Memorial Hall, Connaught
Rd, Brookwood. Small friendly Club, members must be of league standard
as we play in the Woking Badminton League. Annual
membership £65 which includes all league fees/shuttles/hire of
hall. Please call for more details or come along one Wednesday.
Pegasus Badminton Club
Contact: Roger Taylor
Play at Woking High School
Recreation Centre 8.15pm-9.45pm on Thursdays from September to May.
No competitions, club standard players only, no formal coaching. Fees
payable per session.
Shaftesbury Badminton Club
Contact: R. G. Mersh
Telephone: 01483 473024
Play at Pirbright Village Hall on Tuesdays 7-11
pm. Play in the Woking and Guildford League. Anual fee of £50.00
Spartan Badminton Club
Dormers, Wych Hill Way, Woking, GU22 0AE Contact: Ray
Scott - 01483473024
West Byfleet Ladies Badminton Club
Contact: Mrs J F Lambert
Telephone: 01483 770964 (day)
The ladies play at Woodham Church Hall
in Woodham on Wednesdays from 9.45am to 11.45am. There is an annual
fee of £40.
They play from Sept to April. Woking Badminton
League. Contact: Jackie Westaway - 01932 845399 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Woking & District badminton
League operates Ladies, Mens and Mixed Leagues for 11 clubs in
the surrounding area from as far apart as Godalming, Lightwater, Addlestone,
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