We are pleased to announce that in line with the easing of coronavirus restrictions taking place on the 17th May 2021 we will be re-opening our dojos for adult training. Coronavirus (Covid-19 / SARS-CoV-2) safety restrictions are still in force so training will continue to be socially distanced and non-contact with temperature checks and other safety measures continuing as was the case before Christmas and has been taking place over the last month with children’s classes.

We are still waiting to hear from our Longbridge Methodist Church venue as to when we will be able to resume Wednesday night training there and will provide an update when one becomes available. The latest update we have received indicates that we are unlikely to be able to return before the next planned easing of restrictions on the government roadmap currently planned for the 21st June 2021.

As everyone can now train in the dojo, we will no longer be continuing with our free online zoom lessons but we thank all those who have participated and hope they provided a useful means to continue training during this period away from the dojo.

To reflect the limitations on training we will continue to charge the reduced flat fee of £5 per session for dojo classes.

New members are welcome, please contact Sensei Susan Hession if you are interested in joining as always the first two classes are a free trial before joining.

BWCSK Dojo Re-opening for Adults – May 2021

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