Spaces for 7-9 year olds

We have a few spaces left in our 7-9 year old Children’s Martial Arts classes on Thursdays at 5.45pm. The classes are at St Gregory’s school. We run a 4 lesson trial, which costs £30. The children learn blocks, kicks and strikes, how to defend themselves, increase their self esteem, improve balance and coordination and

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Taekwon-Do for 3-6 year olds

On January 6th the new term starts and we have spaces for 3-6 year olds on Tuesdays 4.30pm Wednesdays 4.30pm Thursdays 4pm The children learn how to deal with bullies, balance and coordination, basic Taekwon-Do techniques in a fun, disciplined environment. We run a 4 week trial, which costs £30, to see if the classes

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Open British Results

9 competitors from Tunbridge Wells Taekwon-Do formed part of the AETA team at the Open British Championships on the 23rd November. There were some excellent performances in some very tough categories. Tunbridge Wells came away with 4 Golds, 7 Silvers, 3 Bronzes Joseph Chan; silver in sparring, bronze in special technique Jessica Wallace; silver in

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New Term Starts

On Monday 9th September ALL classes start back!!! Monday 4.00 – 4.45pm (3-6 years) 5.45 – 6.40pm (7-9 years) 6.45 – 7.45pm (10-13 years) 8.00 – 9.30pm (14 years +) Tuesday 4.30 – 5.15pm (3-6 years) 5.30 – 6.30pm (7-9 years) 6.30 – 7.30pm (10-13 years) Wednesday 4.30 – 5.15pm (3-6 years) 5.30 – 6.30pm

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End of term

The last day of term is Thursday 4th April. We will then be on Easter break. This will be for 3 weeks as Mr Thompson is away with the national team at the World Championships so all classes start back week beginning 29th April. Adult classes continue through the holiday period.

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AETA League Competiton

On the 17th March the All England Taekwon-Do Association hosted the first league competition of the year in Redhill, Surrey. It was the biggest one so far with 240 competitors. It was a great opportunity for those who have not competed before to learn the ropes in a fun, friendly environment. Tunbridge Wells did very

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