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Club leader Tina bull
Aveley twirlers was established in 2010.
We train once a week every Wednesday 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
We encourage athletes to compete at local and national level in all events in baton twirling.
We also practice with pom pom, ribbon baton, flag and mace alongside dance and gymnastics.
We encourage all our members to take part in grades and attend seminars as well as local events,competitions and carnivals.
All coaches are graded from ukfm, ukbta bibta and bbtsa and have been twirling for around 20 + years.
Banbury Cross Twirlers
Club Leader - Nichola Halford
We have been running for over 30 years and are a successful club winning many team and individual titles.
We have athletes in all ability levels who take part in Area, National & International competitions.
Our training is based at Ruscote Community Hall (OX16 1PH) every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm.
We encourage children aged 4 years upwards to come along, participate, develop their skills, make friends and have fun.
Bradford, West Yorkshire
Insync Baton Twirlers
Club Leader: Linda Huckle
Insync Baton Twirlers started in 2010 and take members from age 5 and upwards.
We started out by giving displays and attending various local community events before we went on to compete.
We now still attend local events but focus more on competitions at Regional, Area and National Level.
All members are given the opportunity to compete either as Individuals and/or as part of our Baton Twirling Teams or Pom Teams.
Our main classes run on Saturday mornings with top up classes on a Wednesday evenings.
New members are welcome at anytime, any ability level or the complete beginner, we have something for everyone, with the first session as a free trial.
For further information please get in touch.
Bury St Edmunds
Club Leader - Karen Long
Bury Starlets was formed in 1991 and takes members from aged 4 and upwards.
They teach both baton twirling and pom poms, and always welcome new members.
Marquettes Baton Twirlers
Club Leader - Anita Cornish
Established in 1999 as Downham Market Majorettes!
Our home will always be Downham Market but our huge catchment area is West Norfolk, East Cambridgeshire and The Fenlands
(Soham to Kings Lynn and Swaffham to Wisbech!)
We train on Tuesday and Thursdays evenings (6-8pm) at Downham Market Academy
and Sundays at Littleport Leisure Centre (10am-2pm).
New members are always welcome to attend our first class on a Tuesday night and take it from there.
You can also find us at Kings Lynn Fury basketball home games at Lynnsport, Kings Lynn!
Dumfries Baton Twirlers
Club Leader – Haley Davidson
Mobile – 07713349579
Offering lessons in Baton Twirling, Dance and Pom Poms for children aged2 ½ to 18 yrs old. For fun and at competition level.
Venue – St Joseph’s College
Throughout the year we have displays, competitions and fund raising events.
We have a very productive committee and fund raising committee to help with local events and fund raising for trips away to top level competitions.
We have monthly meetings for all parents to attend.
These meetings keep you up to date with any events happening and allow you to contribute towards the development of the club.
Club Coaches are Sarah Thorpe & Audrey Frances.
Lochside Baton Twirlers
Club Leader - Barbara Howat
Our club has 30 members ages ranging 4-17rs.
We have a pre beginner class once a week and our competition class train 3 times a week.
We take part in local and national competitions all over the country.
Our club leader is Barbara Howat, coach is Ashley Howat and assistant coaches Eileen Murphy and Beckie McKinnon.
We also have wonderful parents who support our athletes and club and we receive lots of support from local businesses.
Baton twirling is a very popular sport in our area. X
Forth Valley Baton Twirlers
Club leader & coach Yvonne McCreadie
FVBT has classes in Falkirk & Grangemouth. We offer classes in baton, dance and poms.
We compete locally and nationally with which we have had great success.
We are a relatively young team but are enjoying learning to grow and are delighted to be members of the BBTSA
We encourage kids of all ages and backgrounds to come along, develop their skills and make new friends.
New members are always welcome.
Glenrothes, Fife. Scotland
Club Leader & Coach – Alanna Dardas
Email – email@example.com
Tel – 07985506440
Dardas Diamonds has been running since 2007 and has had many success over the years that I am extremely proud of.
In baton Twirling, Dardas Diamonds athletes have achieved titles such as Scottish Champion, UK Champion,
British National Champion, British Open Champion and European Cup Champion.
Along with Baton Twirling, Dardas Diamonds also provides classes in Acrobatic Arts which focuses on flexibility, strength, balancing, limbering and tumbling and fun Dancercise for kids and adults.
Our classes begin from 2.5 years old up to adult and there are a variety of classes through the week.
please do get in contact if you would like more information.
Dardas Diamonds encourages children of all ages to participate, develop their talents, makes friends and have fun!!
Club Leader - Sue McWilliam
So what do you do when your Youth Club's equipment cupboard is locked and nobody's got the key? "Let's get up and march around the room" came the cry... and from that day on baton twirling came to Great Yarmouth.
Cliffside Community Association Marching Girls were formed in 1979 with their first public performance of a marching routine with wooden batons at the Raft Race in 1980.
After a few years and several name changes later, we became Cliffside Royalettes. The name came about due to the royal blue colour of our uniforms and Cliffside as a reminder of the Community Association that helped with our humble beginnings.
We became members of the British Baton Twirling Association in March 1984.
Our first group National Championship came in 1990, first individual National Champion in 1991 and British Open Champion in 1998.
Athletes from the club have also competed for England in individual and group sections, achieving medal positions in both these events.
The countries they have competed in include Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Canada and Ireland.
Our successes are not just restricted to the competition floor. The club has also produced four BBTSA qualified teachers and three judges.
Our club trainer Clare is also a qualified World Baton Twirling judge and BBTSA clinician.
We always welcome new members from age 5 to adult, complete beginners to experienced twirlers. Club training is on a Tuesday night in Gorleston.
Isle Of Man
Club Leader Katie Challinor
Rushen twirlers based in the isle of man which is region 19
We have up to 30 athletes who compete locally in our island association (mbtsa Manx baton twirling sports association)
We hold our annual team and individual competition in July as well as seminars throughout the year with BBTSA coaches.
The club coach for Rushen twirlers is Katie Challenor who is a level 1 BBTSA coach and judge
Also Robyn Corfield level 2 BBTSA coach.
We also have individuals who attend nationals and British open competitions.
We have one athlete who is part of the England squad.
we hope to have more over time.
Isle of Sheppey
Island All Stars
Club leader - Teresa Ralph
Our club is Island All Stars and we train every Saturday.
We have Ballet and body conditioning 9am - 10am then 10am - 11am twirling. Private training runs from11am to 1pm
We train at the Oasis Academy East Site, Minster, Isle of Sheppey
Within our club we have two BBTSA Level one Coaches; Charmaine Lewis and Kerry Lambeth who are also both BBTSA judge's.
Top Hat Twirlers
Club Leaders - Julie McKenna and Tracey Clarke
Top Hat Twirlers is part of Top Hat Theatre school, and has been established since 2009.
Dance training and performance is a major part of our twirling curriculum.
Coaches / judges Tracey Clarke and Julie McKenna run the club together.
Tracey Clarke has been twirling for 41 years! Won several national titles, and is also a BBTSA clinician and judge.
Julie, a former West End performer and national champion several times over also competed at international competition.
She achieved her highest placing of 9th at The World Championships
She is also a qualified judge and coach.
Together they have a wealth of experience under their belt.
Students accepted from 3 years old. Training days vary depending on twirling ability.
Club Leader Sonia Crook
Stotfold Twirlers are based in Nth Hertfordshire and have at present 20 members.
We have been running for 22 years and have been very successful at regional and national level.
This year, 4 of our girls were in the England squad representing us in the European Cup in France.
The club is run and trained by Sonia Crook, a BBTSA coach and also Ciara McKeown an Irish coach and judge.
We welcome members from 3 years old to train in dance, poms and twirling.
Angel Baton Twirlers
Club Leader - Ann Cullum
The Angels are a large club based in Norwich, with 40 athletes, whose ages range from 4 years up to 24 years.
We have athletes in all ability levels from beginner to advanced level, who take part in Area, National & International competitions.
Several of our Angels have represented England over the last few years at European & World Competitions. This has given them the opportunity to travel to places around the World & we have been to competitions in Florida, Canada, Amsterdam, France, Sweden & Slovenia.
We like to promote the social side of this exciting Sport, as if you are having fun with friends, you will train hard & be successful too.
We have regular different social events throughout the year & the Angels are like one big happy family!
Recently we were fortunate enough for Dancing on Ice Champion Ray Quinn, to come along to our Christmas party to celebrate with our athletes, after they returned from the World Championships in Canada.
The Angels also have a younger beginner class, to encourage development of the sport, & these athletes take part in our local competitions in Lowestoft.
We really enjoy the social weekends away with our families at the National Championships in Crawley & at British Open & have had great successes at these competitions with numerous National Champion & British Open titles & sashes.
On the fun side, all our athletes, whether junior, senior or adult, love taking part in our Pom- Pom routines!
Our two coaches are Sarah & Claire, who are both BBTSA judges & also train the England Squad Group.
Club Leader - Tracey Read
We are a small fun and friendly troupe based in Norwich that started at the end of 2013.
We take part in competitions both at area level and nationally.
Members also get the opportunity to take grade exams.
We train on Wednesdays between 6pm and 8pm.
We take girls or boys from the age of 4years upwards.
Spirit Twirling Team
Club Leader - Kerri White
Spirit Twirling Team was established in 2014,
although is attended by experienced twirlers and a coach of many years of experience within the BBTSA.
We train on Sunday evenings from 6.30-8.30 and always welcome new boys and girls to learn to twirl with us, from aged 4 upwards.
Norwich and Dereham
Stix Baton Twirling Club
Club Leader - Lee Knight
Stix Baton Twirlers are a Baton Twirling Club based in Dereham and Norwich. We have 30+ members ranging from 4-24.
We train on Thursday and Friday evenings and hold a 5 hour training day 1 Sunday a month.
The team take part in competitions throughout the year.
We are now members of the BBTSA.
This will give our athletes the opportunity to take part in a grading system.
Our athletes get to participate in local carnivals and displays in the summer months also.
Stix Baton Twirlers welcome girls and boys of all abilities, ages 4+ to join our team.
Facebook - www.facebook.com/stixbatontwirlers
Stix Twirl Academy
Club Leader - Sammie Mcguire
We train as a team every Saturday 9-1pm at Highbury College, Cosham.
After over 20 years twirling within the BBTSA in 2013 Sammie Mcguire formed Stix Twirl Academy.
We currently have 9 members ranging from 11 years old up to 30 years old.
Our assistant coaches are Chloe-Jane Phillips and Clare Guy
We train hard at Stix to be the best athletes we can be.
Athletes are trained by Sammie Mcguire, occasionally bringing in other coaches to help.
We also focus on flexibility, stamina and body conditioning.
Starting out within the IBTA, Stix as a team are relatively new to BBTSA, joining in 2016.
We have since competed at European Cup in France 2016 freestyle team, finishing in 8th place.
We are currently working hard for a hopefully successful year within BBTSA.
Club Leader - Angie Kelly
Contact Tel No. 07950330775 or through our club website page
Artistic Twirlers formed in September 2015.
We train every Sunday at New House Sports & Youth Centre, Sittingbourne, Kent.
Our team training time is 10.00 am to 12.00 noon with extended sessions available for those who wish to develop further
and work towards their individual routines for up-coming competitions.
We are a friendly and welcoming club and always have our doors open for newcomers from the age of 4 years and upwards.
All students at Artistic Twirlers will have the opportunity to achieve their BBTSA grading,
participate in BBTSA seminars, participate in competitions and attend local displays and carnivals.
Finesse Baton Twirlers
Club Leader - Dani Street
Finesse was formed in July 2012 and has had many successes over the years - from National Champions in individuals, National Champion teams, top 7 places as British Open and athletes representing England in international competitions.
The athletes compete in many levels of competition, including regional, area, national and international. Alongside this, they are also taught grades from beginner through to advanced.
We always encourage athletes to build their confidence as well as their love for the sport, having fun and creating life long friendships go hand in hand with developing a multitude of skills with their twirling, such as ballet, gymnastics and expressive performance.
We also run a 'mini's' class for young beginners to begin their journey into the wonderful world of twirling!
Our team motto is, smile, sparkle and shine!
Club leader Clare Jackman
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07946581859
The Bellettes are an Essex based twirling team catering for all age groups and levels from beginner to advance level.
They were formed in 1974 in South Ockendon by Audrey O’neill MBE.
They have a coaching team lead by Nicky O’neill, Audrey’s daughter and founding member of the club.
Nicky is a qualified BBTSA coach, judge and clinician and has a vast amount of experience developing young athletes
from beginner level to National Champions and International competitors.