Sports and Leisure Centres

Sports and Leisure Centres

Features and Charges in Herts Sports and Leisure Centres

This page shows some of the centres' features: whether:
 -  Dual Use with a school and hence only available evenings, weekends and school holidays, 

 - number of courts, flooring, height, lighting, 

 - charges, including: courts, admission, membership.  

Many have reduced membership or entrance discounts for those who live in the respective council area (if known, it is listed as a second price, e.g., £24/18). Block booking discounts are available at some centres - some charge more! Junior, student, disabled and senior citizens' discounts may also be available. At least two centres give discounts to clubs that have membership (and hence insurance) of the BADMINTON England. Coaching in Sports Centres varies so best to contact them to find out if offered.  Updates are noted in the final column but please check prices and send me any updates!

Click here for details of Herts Sports and Leisure Centres in a separate window. 

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Dates for Your Diary

Launch of Herts Coaches FaceBook page

Coming UKCC Badminton England Coaching courses in Hertfordshire
The level 1: 10th, 17th and 24th February

The level 2: 10th February, 17th February, 3rd March & 7th April

See BE Coaching webpage and Level 1 and Level 2 for details, costs and booking. Booking is now open, deadlines extended to 26th January. BE bursaries are available for both the level 1 and the level 2 courses up to 50% off full course fee, see Application form  Please contact Regional Manager Aleisha Challands directly for additional information and advice.  See also The Ray Learney  Memorial Fund grants on HBA Funding & Resources webpage.
A wide variety of other sports-related courses are available via Herts Sports Partnership Coach Ed Week  10-18 Ferbruary


Update your Email Preferences or miss important information
Please can you remind all your members that they need to update their email preferences on the new Badminton England Go Membership system,  otherwise they will not receive any communication from them.

They should have received a generic message directly from Badminton England once you affiliated your club and all your members but Badminton England have advised that some members have not carried out this simple task.

It only takes a few minutes and  click here for a brief guide which shows members how to do this.

It is important to note that if members do not update this section they will default to “ Do Not Contact” and Badminton England will not send them any future communication. 

Colin Walker, HBA Membership Secretary