Shelford Rugby Club is pleased to announce a new partnership with EWSKA Cambridge Karate, as part of our community programme and our desire to promote and provide health and well-being for the local community.
The group will make use of The Harry Parish Hall every Monday evening from 7.00 to 8.00pm.
EWSKA Karate, established in 1980, is one of the largest karate organizations in Britain and continues to produce World and European champions across all levels and age groups. Karate will of course be participating in the Olympics in Tokyo 2021
The Cambridge Club is run by Black-Belt 6th-Dan instructors Phil and Adam May, both with well over 30 years’ experience in the sport. Phil encourages local residents of all ages and experience to come along and give the lessons at Shelford a try.
“As a community-based organization we positively encourage training for both children and adults and especially in family groups and so we offer a FREE taster lesson for all new beginners and a FREE training kit with membership of EWSKA”.
Shelford’s Commercial Manager, Louis Mann, spoke about the synergy between the two groups.
“It’s a club with a lot of similar values to us with the community at its core, so through this partnership we’re delighted to be able to provide yet another activity as part of our community offerings”.
Naturally, EWSKA is currently operating a Covid-19 Health & Safety policy with social distancing in place for all students. Click here for further information.
If you and your family would like to learn effective self-defence, or combat, or traditional karate, or you would just like to work out whilst learning a martial art, come along to Shelford Rugby Club next Monday evening where Phil and Adam will be pleased to welcome you.
For further information phone Phil on 07986 006833 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org