Aspire Badminton Club

Aspire Badminton Club is an inclusive (not exclusive) badminton club in Cambridge, providing accessible badminton for everyone. Whatever your ability or disability, whatever your age, we have a session for you at our club. Having started in September 2017 we are now the largest junior club in the county.

Our club adheres to Sport England's Clubmark standards built around a set of core criteria. These ensure that we operate to a set of consistent, accepted and adopted minimum operating standards. In addition, we are open to everyone and we will provide coaching to help you improve.

Our Head Coach, who has been coaching for over 20 years, has over 18 years experience of coaching badminton with those who are deaf / hard of hearing, disabled, have learning difficulties, autism, special needs or other conditions.

If you would like to try our club, please contact us first to avoid any disappointment.




Aspire's Disability Festival.

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Session Times

Badminton for adults* (coached):
Friday 8-10pm
Friday 7-9pm (July 14th-Sept 1st)

Badminton for juniors** (coached):
Mondays: 6-7pm
Friday: 6-7pm and 7-8pm
1-2pm, 2-3pm, 3-4pm and 4-5pm
(depending on skill level/age)

Other groups / one to one:
please contact us for more details


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Professional restringing from £15.
Please contact us for more details.

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Session Dates

*Adults run throughout the year.

**Juniors are term time only
Summer term starts 15th Apr
ends 13th Jul.
Autumn term starts 2nd Sep.


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Trumpington Sport
Trumpington Community College
Lime Avenue
CB2 9HB (Sat Nav: CB2 8HE)

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Disabled Children's Partnership

The Secret Life of Us

Nearly half of the British public (43%) don’t know anyone who is disabled and are unaware of the challenges they face.

Currently, there is an unacceptable contrast between the quality of life and the opportunities available to disabled children and their families, compared to those without disabilities.

The Disabled Children's Partnership exists to address this and campaign for improved health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families.

The Disabled Children's Partnership's website has more details.