A Leicestershire badminton club that flies the flag for the LGBT community is on the lookout for new members.
With life starting to return to a sort-of normal, if you’re thinking about how best to lose those lockdown pounds and also kickstart your social life again, Rainbow Racquets reckons it could well provide the answer.
The badminton club is keen to develop an ever-larger network of members and friends.
Focusing on providing participants with the chance to combine sport with socialising and the opportunity to meet new people, the club is made up of players of all levels of ability and from all backgrounds.
Rainbow Racquets’ usual schedule sees members meeting up weekly. For more detailed information and to find out how the club is dealing with Covid-19, check out a closed members Facebook group page, which you can request to join here.
You can also follow the club on Twitter: @RRacquets.
For further details, contact: email@example.com
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