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Greenbank Badminton Club

Greenbank Badminton Club meets every Monday 7pm – 9pm in the Main Hall at Greenbank Church. Our season runs from the last Monday in August until Easter. We are a small friendly club with a range of abilities who enjoy playing badminton.  We play socially and competitively. We enter a ladies and gents doubles team in the Lothian League and a mixed team in the Heather League. Our membership for the season is £35 or you may pay £3 each time you visit.

Mondays at 7.00pm – 10.00pm in the Main Hall

# If you would like any more information or would like to visit please email Lisa Bonar.

 


 

 

Country Dance Club

Time to look out your dancing shoes and come on down to join us on Wednesday evenings in The Centenary Hall from 7.30pm to 9.30pm – excellent exercise and mental stimulation! We are a friendly group and will be delighted to welcome you. The dances are taught by a qualified teacher and a knowledge of the basic country dance steps is advisable.

We always have time for a chat over a cuppa and a chance to meet new friends. 

Do come and join us - we also have a break for a cup of tea and a chat and we shall be delighted to welcome new members at our first meeting on Wednesday, 23 September 2015 or at any of our other meetings.

Wednesdays at 7.30pm  

For further information please contact Linda MacDonald or Doris Laing 


 

Ladies Badminton

Do you enjoy playing Badminton?

A group of ladies meet every Wednesday morning (Sept–May) in the Main Hall from 9.30am when we play doubles in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

If you enjoy playing badminton – even if it’s a while since you last used a racquet – you will be made most welcome.

The session begins on Wednesday, 9 September 2015 so do please consider joining us for a morning of exercise and fun in equal measure.

What to bring? A racquet (if you have one) and a sense of humour!

Please join us for a sociable morning and have some exercise and fun in equal measure.

For further information please contact Susan Black or Diana Hastings.#