**Visit to National Badminton House**
The National Badminton Museum is arranging a visit to Badminton House, the venue from which the game takes its name. Not normally open to the public, Badminton House is situated in South Gloucestershire.
The visit to the House will be in the afternoon, and arrangements have been made for those interested to meet for lunch locally prior to the tour of the House. The tour includes the North Hall where it is claimed the net was put up on a rainy day and shuttlecocks started to pass over a net. On show will
be Lady Henrietta's battledore recording 2117 hits with her friend Beth Mitchell.
The visit also includes other parts of the House, Church and gardens. The cost covering the afternoon visit, which will conclude with tea, coffee, biscuits and cakes will be £22 per person for Friends of the National Badminton Museum - for those who are not Friends the cost will be £27 which will include a year's membership of Friends of the National Badminton Museum. Numbers are limited. If you interested in joining the party or require further information please contact Geoff Hinder Tel. 01793 531652 email@example.com
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