Well done to all 35 students who graded on Sunday 3rd June 2012. We have results, and pictures will follow.
Cambridge Karate Club has accepted an invitation to take part in A Field for Dreams - a community arts event commissioned by Cambridge City Council as part of the celebrations for the Olympic Torch coming to Cambridge.
Our participation takes two forms:
A reminder that Kelsey Kerridge Sports Hall will be closed for the Bank Holiday on Monday 7th May, so there will be no training. All other training is unaffected.
There will no training on Easter Monday, 9th April, as Kelsey Kerridge Sports Hall will be closed for the Bank Holiday. Normal training resumes the following week.
There will be extra hour's training session on Monday 2nd April at Kelsey Kerridge, concentrating on the kata Heian Yondan.
From next Wednesday, 22nd February, training at Netherhall will take place in the Blue Gym, and no longer in the dance studio. This is a welcome change, giving us much more space. Follow signs to the gym once you are through the double doors.
The major SKA dates for this year are:
All of those events take place at Southbury Leisure Centre, Enfield.
Charlotte Durant has been selected as a volunteer teaching Maths and Science in Guyana with Project Trust. In order to take part in this, she needs to raise £5100 in sponsorship. To help towards this, our club and others will be holding a sponsored karate-thon, with each student, regardless of age, aiming to complete 1000 techniques in an hour. This will be taking place during normal training times on Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23d February.
On Monday 6th February at Kelsey Kerridge Sensei Claire will conduct an extra hour's training for those who wish to attend. Higher grades will focus on the kata Kanku Dai, and lower grades on the kata Heian Yondan. The cost of hiring the hall will be split between those attending; this normally works out at around £3 per head.