Wulfrunian Deaf Badminton Club
In February 2018, Zebra Access set up informal badminton sessions, which has seen a club, Wulfrunian Deaf Badminton Club, being established to represent the City of Wolverhampton. The club is now led by its Deaf and Hard of Hearing members with sessions being held:
WHERE: Aldersley Leisure Centre, Aldersley Road, Wolverhampton WV6 9NW (Nearest bus services: 6, 6A)
WHEN: Wednesdays 7-9pm (Commencing from 9th January until 27th March 2019)
Cost for a 2 hour session:
- First session - £2 and then
- Students - £3
- Members - £4
The sessions are for deaf/hard of hearing and hearing people who are local and interested in badminton, with the aim of getting everyone together to socialise, meet new people, have a chat and promote health and wellbeing at the same time.
Please note, it is important that you bring your own badminton racket, wear proper sports attire/trainers and bring a bottle of water.
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