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News                                                             Click here to go to HBA Official Documents 
  


Red Card to Red Tape!
Click here to read the Sport and Recreation Alliance  report recommending changes to red tape affecting clubs.

Clubs wanting BE-HBA affiliation forms or advice should contact Registrations Secretary, Malcolm Fraser   
 
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Club Development contacts:

Badminton Development Officer:  Jenni Crisp is Badminton Hert's BDO.  her contact details can be found on the HBA Committee page, click here.  And reports of badminton development in Herts can be found on the Badminton Herts Development Committee webpage.

 

Community Badminton networks

BE CBN leaflet 

 

Starting a Junior Club or Section

Click here for advice.  Comments  gratefully received.

Information for running a Club from Sport England

Note: our BDO can help you obtain 'Clubmark' - called by BE 'Premier Club'.  See also the Sport England Clubmark website

BE Head Office is Looking for People Passionate about Developing Grass Root Badminton. If you are interested ad have some experience click this link for more information 
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Vetting and barring for Children & Vulnerable Adults

The government have scaled back the vetting and barring scheme (VBS) and criminal records regime to common sense levels while ensuring vulnerable groups are appropriately protected.

2013:  New disclosure and vetting service began its work

Report and recommendations following the review of the vetting and barring scheme can be found here: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/crime/vbs-report?view=Binary

 
 
 
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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