COVID-19 Update - Return to the dojo

 

After the Prime Minister’s announcement that Step 3 of the roadmap is on schedule we are delighted to say that we will be back in the dojos for all ages from Monday 17th May

Step 4 is scheduled for 21st June but as always this is a “not sooner than” date. We will post details of that step when the government makes the announcement.

We have received guidance from our governing body, the English Karate Federation and we set out the details below.

From Monday 17th May

All students can return to indoor training with contact work for under 18’s(kumite, self-defence, pairs etc.).

18 and above can now train indoors with pad work allowed. No contact work.

We are still accepting new students at this time, please use the contact page or our Facebook page to contact us regarding classes.

Our timetable for this period is as follows:

Mondays

Wadhurst Dojo – Wadhurst Commemoration Hall, indoor training
5pm – 5.30pm New beginners – children
5pm – 5.45pm White – orange stripe – children
5.45pm – 6.30pm orange to blue belts – children
6.30pm – 7.15pm purple to brown belts children and youths and adults up to purple belt
7.15pm – 8.00pm youths and adults brown and above

Tuesdays

Lindfield Dojo – Blackthorns Academy, Lindfield
5.00 pm all students outdoor training only, no limit on numbers.

Uckfield Dojo – Framfield Church Hall –
5.30 pm children all grades
6.30 pm Youths and adults all grades

Marlborough House School Dojo
from 4 pm under 18’s only indoor training

Thursdays

Tunbridge Wells Dojo – St. Mark’s Primary School,
5pm – 5.30pm new beginners children
5pm – 5.45pm White to yellow stripe children
5.45pm – 6.30pm yellow to green – children
6.30pm – 7.15pm blue to brown belt children
7.15pm – 8.00pm youths and adults

Fridays

Hellingly Dojo – Hellingly Community Hub ,The Drive, Hellingly.

6 pm – 6.30pm new beginners children only
6pm – 6.45pm all children
7 pm – 8pm youths and adults

 

 

 

Have no regard for the martial aspects (when training), but rather adhere to the way of peace (harmony and tranquillity). - Hironori Otsuka

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