End of summer grading
Weston Karate Club recently held its end of season grading event.
WESTON Karate Club, based at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre, recently held their end of summer grading.
The successful club members with ages ranging from seven to 51 took part in the individual examination. Two prizes were awarded to the most outstanding junior students on the day, who were Joe Withers and Toby Capel.
Gradings usually take place every three months, giving individuals sufficient time to learn what is required. The usual time to achieve Black Belt, training is between four to five years.
The club is offering a two-week free trial for anyone interested in joining. Karate is suitable for shy or confident children or adults of all ages.
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If you would like further information contact Kevin or Michelle on 01934 624713 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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