Kumar returns to Karate training. Sunday 26th February

Following a period of several months of absence from the Karate club, during which a lot of concern has been expressed about his giving up and "quitting" karate. Kumar has returned. During the club Juniors walk on Sunday morning in 100 Acres wood near Wickham, Kumar was found by Sensei Roy, emerging from a hollow tree trunk in which he had been hibernating. Kumar said he was hoping to start his training again and may go to Wimborne school on Monday 27th February. Kumar did say that he had not "quit" he was having a break.

Kumar checking on the weather and if it really was his karate club friends that he heard coming up the path.

 

 

Sensei Roy helping Kumar out of the tree trunk.

 

 

Kumar and friends.

 

 

Kumar was very weak after the winter hibernation, so needed to be carried. Luckily one of the Dad's was passing with only his Daughter on shoulders and Daughter volunteered to give him a lift.

 

 

Kumar at the end of the walk.

 

 

 

Practicing commando techniques.

 

 

Kumar at Wimborne school on Monday 27th February.

 

 
Lessons over Christmas 2017

Up to and including Friday 22nd December, all lesson times and venues are as usual.

Saturday 23rd December. Portchester Parish Hall.
Arrive 9.30 - 9.40am. Lesson 9.45 - 11.00am.

Wednesday 27th December. Portchester Parish Hall.
Arrive 7.00 - 7.20pm. Lesson 7.30 - 8.50pm.

Thursday Morning. 28th December. Castle St Day Centre.
Arrive 10.00 - 10.10am. Lesson 10.15 - 11.30am.

Saturday 30th December. Portchester Parish Hall.
Arrive 9.30 - 9.40am. Lesson 9.45 - 11.00am.

Wednesday 3rd January 2018.
All lessons back to normal.

 
Karate Day time lessons

Daytime Karate lessons are now being held on Thursday mornings at the Castle St, Portchester,  Day Centre. For further information please ring 07713284430 or email mvodonnell@portchesterkarate.co.uk

These classes are for a range of people with varying abilities and in particular for the older and fairly active person that would like to benefit from the health aspects of practicing Karate and at the same time exercising their minds in the learning of new skills.

Existing students of Karate are also catered for in the lessons. In particular those on shift work and others that cannot get to their regular training lessons.

 
Further information

For the Portchester Karate Club and clubs in other areas or different training times, please email modonnell@portchesterkarate.co.uk or telephone 07713284430.

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