NEWS & EVENTS

Upcoming courses

Summer camp - general training course

Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 June 2018 - 10:00-15:00 each day 

Venue: Middleton Jubilee Hall, Elmer Road, Middleton-on-Sea

PO22 6EH

This course is open to everyone – all ages and grades. It’s an in depth course where we'll cover all aspects of your syllabus; basics, kata and kumite. Senior grading opportunities are also available.

You can prebook this course with your sensei for just £20 per day (or pay £25 on the day).

 

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Other news


NEW RULES FOR COURSES AND GRADINGS


You must now bring your license to all courses. Licenses must be up to date in order for you to train. Up to date licenses must also be produced for every grading. If you forget to bring your license to your grading, or it is out of date when you arrive, you may be refused grading opportunities.


Check your licenses!


It's that time of year when many are due for renewal so please have a look at your NOW! You can download a renewal form here. You CANNOT grade with an out of date license.


PKW merchandise available!


We have some more hoodies, tshirts and gi badges available for sale. Hoodies are just £28, tshirts are £8 and gi badges are just £5. All available from your sensei. If you’re competing in the squad this year then you MUST have a gi badge and a hoodie.



Brown and black belt gradings


We hold brown and black belt gradings twice a year. The next opportunity will be Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 June. Please check with your sensei which day your grading will be. 


The next dan grading after this will be in December 2018.

Join our Facebook group


Keep up to date with club news and also chat with your fellow karate-ka by joining our Facebook group. On Facebook just search under groups for Premier Karate-do Wado-kai, then click 'Join Group' in the top right hand corner.

Squad news


We're looking into some local (UK) tournaments, so please let your sensei know if you're interested in competing in future tournaments. You can enter for either kata or kumite (fighting) or both.

It's not just about winning medals - competing in tournaments helps your focus, speed and awareness, so can benefit your training greatly. Especially if you have a big grading coming up!