Generous Donation to the National Badminton Museum

Written by Geoff Hinder

At the 2020 Yonex All-England Badminton Championships, the Nippon Badminton Association made a very generous donation to the National Badminton Museum. Mr. Kinji Zeniya Secretary-General of the Nippon Badminton Association presented the cheque to Bill Andrew Chairman of the National Badminton Museum. Brenda Andrew presented Mr. Kinji Zeniya with information files of Japanese badminton held in the Museum.

 

L to R. Geoff Hinder Secretary and Trustee of NBM, Adrian Christy Chief Executive of Badminton England, Kinji Zeniya Secretary-General of the Nippon Badminton Association, Bill Andrew Chairman of NBM, Brenda Andrew Treasurer of NBM.

Photo: – Alan Spink

During the 2020 Yonex All-England Championships the National Badminton Museum at the National Badminton Centre, Milton Keynes received 40 visitors from Japan. The visitors included Etsuko Toganoo neeTakenaka and Noriko Nakayama nee Takagi  All-England Champions from the 1970s, Yoichi Satake and Sakae Yamakage from the Nippon Badminton Association.

Thank you to all the ‘Friends of the Museum’ and people who have made donations to the Museum, your support enables us to purchase for the National Collection extremely rare badminton artefacts when they become available.

The Museum’s latest project is to replace all the non-museum standard display cases, this will enable us to display objects without dust pollution and UV light damage.

Please can you help with this project.

If you would like to become a ‘Friend of the Museum’ or make a donation, please go to the ‘Museum’ header of the website then to ‘Friends of the Museum’ and you will be able to download a Friends/Donation form.

For more information please contact the National Badminton Museum at –  [email protected]

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