Congratulations to Jo (left) & Rhianna (right) who attained their green and yellow belts after a grueling three days at the SSKA annual summer camp. Remember we are switching to a Thursday night (7 pm Mudeford Wood) for our all Continue Reading
SCSKC News Mudeford Wood Dojo first day of training is Sat 22nd May – Room 2 @ 18:00 ( 6pm BST ).Normal MWCT covid rules apply – masks in the corridor, sanitise hands, social distancing etc. Outdoor dojo continues Saturdays Continue Reading
Now the government have announced a staged approach back to “normal”(ish) life; subject to possible changes in the government guidance the following is our plan back to training. Now: Virtual sessions, Sat 6pm for those who want to join at Continue Reading
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FREE Virtual Kata CourseSaturday 20 February, 4pm-5pm This free kata course will be hosted by Sensei Cole, Sensei Lewis and Sensei Whither via Zoom. If you would like to attend please register by 5PM on THURSDAY 18 FEBRUARY. To register Continue Reading
Coming out of November lockdown found Dorset in tier-2 Covid condition. Mudeford Wood CT have stated that we will not be accessing the dojo in December. This is to be reviewed 3 Jan. Stay safe, train hard.
Following the recent Government announcement that we will be in lock-down from Thursday 5 November it has meant we have had to suspend, once again, training at the Mudeford Wood dojo. Hopefully the dojo will re-open in December – we Continue Reading
We are back training at Mudeford wood from the 19th Sept. and will be in the main hall. We welcome back our members as the weather turns colder having trained “al-fresco” for some time 🙂 Please observe all Covid instructions Continue Reading
Pre-grading (none available at Salisbury or Swindon)You must register to train / grade through your instructor – you cannot turn up on the day. Grading
It’s a difficult time for us all however Karate is a wonderful way to keep focused (and fit) despite the restrictions lock-down has presented us and the grief and loss that has touched many. At the SCSKC we do not Continue Reading