Vacancy: Head of Engagement

We are now recruiting for the position of Head of Engagement

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National Club League Closing Date

We are in the final stages of accepting entries to the first National Club League Event taking place on Sunday 26th January 2020, 09:00 to 18:00 at sportscotland National Sports Training Centre Inverclyde in Largs! The deadline for final entries are due Monday 20th of January 2020 at midnight. Do not let your club miss out on this great opportunity! More information can be found here:

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Entries and draws for the 2020 European U15 Championships

Entries and draws have been made for the 2020 European U15 Championships, which take place in Lievin, France, from 14-16 February.

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Further opportunities for people with disabilities will soon be available after Badminton Scotland announced the launch of the Shuttle Inclusive Disability Charter (SIDC)

Accessing badminton at a local club and supporting people with a disability are at the heart of the initiative, which also aims to help clubs provide and deliver inclusive badminton activity locally – one of Badminton Scotland’s key strategies.

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Scottish Badminton - A Community

Badminton Scotland is proud to present “Scottish Badminton – A Community”. A film portraying some of the incredible badminton communities in Scotland in collaboration with Producer/Director Bevis Evans-Teush.

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Cookie policy

The below information is BADMINTONscotland's Cookie Policy in compliance with the EU Law (32002L0058).

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What is the new EU Cookie Law?

The EU Cookie Law is the EU e-Privacy Directive that came into action on 26th May 2012 and what it means is that as a website based in Europe, you have to get your visitors informed consent before placing a cookie on their machine. Here is a link to the ICO website detailing the law.


What Cookies does BADMINTONscotland have on their website?

We use cookies throughout our website to ensure the best browsing experience. Below is a list of some of the items we at any given time will use cookies for..

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We use Google Analytics and other analytic software which logs your IP Address, Country, State, Visit Duration, Pages visited, How many times you have visited, internal website clicks, search engine query and other website visitor information.


Can I decline that BADMINTONscotland store any cookies on my computer?

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