The North Wiltshire Badminton Project is not your typical Junior Badminton Club.
Our vision is to work and contribute towards the establishment of a comprehensive locally-based badminton system in which every child is offered the opportunity to engage with badminton, through one-off events, after-school clubs, junior club sessions, or one-to-one coaching and in which every child wishing to improve at badminton will be able to access coaching sessions that will meaningfully develop their competence to match their aspirations.
While we offer an equitable and comprehensive membership package with access to foundation, club and advanced development-orientated coached sessions that allow players to train with and play for NWBP in local competition, we are a centre set up specifically to welcome players from other badminton clubs who want to access a second or third night of quality badminton training.
|Sheldon Sport Centre
|Olympiad Leisure Centre
|Calne Leisure Centre
White Horse Way
|Foundation, Club and
|Performance||Foundation, Club and
NWBP highly recommends Neil Piper at the Stringers Shed.
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Melanie Vickery - Chippenham Civic Award
We are extremely proud of our head coach, Melanie Vickery, who was presented the annual Civic Award
by the Mayor in recognition of outstanding services to the people of Chippenham.
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2020 Yonex Volunteer of the Year: Melanie Vickery
Badminton England Feature
Find out about our partner club - Vectors, based in Chippenham
One to One Coaching
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NWBP feature on BBC Radio Wiltshire - Let's Get Physical
NWBP feature on BBC Radio Wiltshire - Can Kelly Cut It
Under 18 League Winning Girls on BBC Radio Wiltshire
NWBP can service and coach the Racket Pack package that a school purchases from Badminton England and update participating teachers twice per year, deliver normal curriculum time badminton in six week blocks and/or deliver After School Clubs and facilitate badminton taster days or run badminton (Racket Pack) festival days.
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank and congratulate you on the amazing achievements you have accomplished in developing your club and providing positive experiences for your local community. I wanted to make sure you are aware that all the hard work you are doing for our sport is recognised and appreciated.
The impact you have been able to deliver locally has been fantastic to see and I am looking forward to continuing to work with you to further develop this in the future.
We have loved watching Daniel go to the taster and foundation sessions. At first, he was a very nervous 5 year old, but the lovely leaders, volunteers and players have always made him feel very welcomed and supported. Now he loves it! There is a lovely fun, friendly and relaxed atmosphere and over half term he was asking us “when can I start going back to badminton again?” Thanks so much to Mel, Ben and the rest of the team for doing such a great job!
Our daughter is really engaged with her Badminton and looks forward to the session each week. We can see that her overall physical ability in terms of strength, speed, coordination and technique has really improved as was evidenced at her school sports day when she swept the field, including those in the school year above. Since she’s been small we’ve been able to tell that competition is key with her, she seems to thrive on it but doesn’t like losing!
Thanks for your hard work, and well done on the programme as we think it’s working really well for our daughter.
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