upcoming events

 

25th August

Training and Kyu Grading 

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16th october

We are very excited to be able to hold our next grading at the newly built Sports Hall at Chelmsford County High School for Girls (Chelmsford CM1 1RW)

Our Grading Examiner will be Sensei Frank Brennan who is known world-wide. His reputation as a competitor preceeded him and he was the man the JKA Team trained to beat at the 1990 World Championships.


Expert at both Kata and Kumite, he has been KUGB Grand Champion more times than anyone and, we suspect, he doesn't have room for all the trophies he has won over the years.


As an Instructor, his thoughtful approach and excellent explanations of techniques, mindset and strategy are very much in demand so we are always proud and privileged to be able to host him.
 

 

9.00 - 10.30am        Training for Black & Brown Belts only
10.30 - 11.30am      Training for All Grades

11.45am-14:30pm   Grading

 

Training only                              £15

Training, Grading and Belt       £40

                                            (£40.50 for Purple Belts and Above)

Chelmsford county high school for girls

Sports Hall

Broomfield Road

Chelmsford

Essex

CM1 1RW

 

Halloween half term course

wednesday 27th of october

Our spooktacular Halloween Half-Term Course includes training as well as dodgeball and Archery Tag for our older members!

Come get your photo taken at our spooky photo booth and train in your costume! Costumes must have detachable eye/headwear and capes for safety when training.

Make sure you bring a packed lunch and a drink!

Dovedale Sports Centre

Vicarage Road

Chelmsford

Essex

CM2 0JQ

£20

 

9am-2pm

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Halloweek

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From the 25th-31st of October we will be holding our annual Halloweek!

 

During this, the week of Halloween, you can come and train in costume and get a photo at our spooky photo booth. All we ask is that you bring a small donation towards the KUGB Charity for this year: The Zachary Geddis Break The Silence Trust which you can read more about here.

We also ask that costumes have removable head pieces, eyewear and capes so they are safe to train in.

But, as with every year, we ask the ultimate question:

Are you scarier than Sensei Jane?