Brighton & Worthing Committee Members

Name, Role, Email Address

Paul Fletcher, Chairperson,

Sara Addison, Treasurer,

Sara Addison, League Secretary,

Sara Hall, Hon. Secretary,

Keith Guiver, Vice President,

Derek Webb, President,

George Woollard, member,

Amber Roberts, member,

Dave Taylor, member,

I have played Badminton for many decades. I started at King Alfred as a boy then played at Hove Pavilion. On moving to Worthing I joined Arcadian BC. I joined the Worthing & District committee, was Treasurer for many years before becoming Chairman. I represented Worthing on the Sussex County Committee where I am now President. I played for Sussex Veterans (now Masters) in various age groups I now play at Littlehampton B&S Club on Wednesday mornings. I represent Sussex at the Badminton England General Meetings. I was President of the Brighton League and now President of the merged League.

Hon. Secretary – Sara Hall

I started playing badminton nearly 3 decades ago, in a one court hall in a village in Kent. I was the first player from our club to be selected to play for Kent juniors. Since then, I have played for Kent, Middlesex and Sussex at County level, attended both the World & European Senior Badminton Championships as part of the England squad and played for various local league clubs. I am captain of the Horsham Arun ladies team that play in division 1 of the Surrey League, and in recent years have played for Worthing Non-Descripts, Steyning and Homestead in the Brighton and Worthing Leagues.”

Paul Fletcher – Chair Person

I started playing badminton around 11 years ago and was instantly hooked. I play between two and five times a week for several clubs, including a club I set up with a group of friends, the Brighton Valiants. I’m always looking to improve my game and what I lack in skill I certainly make up for in enthusiasm and effort! I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to play in the ICC for Sussex ‘B’ a few years back and I’m hoping my dedication will once again ensure I can do the same in future years. I was honoured to have been elected for this position and I’m looking forward to contributing in this somewhat challenging year.