We are really excited to let you know that our 2nd Annual Club competition will be held on Saturday 10th October from 12.30pm at EP School (so nice and local).
We have a new category this year, aimed especially at higher grades, but all grades may enter and this is our display category. Juniors may demonstrate a range of choreographed take downs (like the Turtle power display at our 15th Anniversary!) or perform an individual weapons display. (However, please speak to your instructor about safe choices of weapons, so no flaming nunchukas!).
For those new to the club, our Karate competitions are balanced between being all inclusive and maintaining a competitive element. The two main categories are Kata and Kumite (free style semi contact fighting). ALL members can enter either event as we have a number of categories including categories for students from our nurture lessons. We will send out more details about what we are looking for in these categories in coming weeks.
We also have categories for Team Kata and our unique Parent and Child Team kata, so please ask about these.
To register – please visit https://silwoodparkkarate.wildapricot.org/event-2045801 to register or contact Daniel and Gillian at
What a great success, thanks to everyone who took part.
KSKC are looking for clubs or instructors to join the association. We have open positions in schools in Kent and the Medway area.
The instructor must be a full Dan grade blackbelt. History of previous affiliation, status, length of teaching and demonstrate correct practice, such as minimum length of period before Dan gradings. Any style of Karate is accepted.
Apply in person to the chief instructor with name of instructors. Grades awarded and dates. Acceptance is subject to review by the KSKC management board.
Contact Sensei Glen Wright
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Arthur Wallace is the Chief Instructor of the Sheppey Karate Clubs, a group that has now expanded to over 4 clubs that operate on the Isle of Sheppey. He started training in karate in 1968 at the Rochdale Karate Club under Mike Toze 7th Dan KUGB and gained his kyu grades under Enoeda Sensei. He moved to Kent in 1971, where he continued his training under Ray Fuller 8th Dan chief instructor of the Thames Karate Clubs. Sensei Wallace was responsible for introducing karate to Sheppey and opened his own Dojo in May 1974. Later that year he was awarded his black belt by Kensuke Enoeda 9th Dan (KUGB’s chief instructor). He achieved his 5th Dan Black Belt, under the Thames Grading Panel in 1993 and was awarded his 7th Dan in 2014 by the English Karate Governing Board on recommendation from the Kent Shotokan Karate Clubs. He is also a 1st Dan black belt in Judo and adept with Kobudo (weaponry) I.e.. Sai (short swords) and Rokushu-bo (6 ft staff).
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