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Top instructors visit Crewe martial arts group
Updated 6:06pm Wednesday 26th February 2014 in News
TOP martial arts experts saw Crewe Fudoshin Ju-Jitsu Club hold its first ever martial arts seminar this week.
Instructors from the sport’s governing body, Dai-Nippon-Butoku-Kai, were invited to see members awarded their grading at the club’s Broad Street Centre base.
Club member Tim Potts was awarded his brown belt, while Shannon Tew who was awarded a black belt.
Both Adam Tweats and David Bexon received their 2nd Dan grading and Nigel Tew and chief Instructor John Lawton were awarded the prestigious Shihan-Dai.
Chief Instructor John Lawton was pleased with the clubs progress.
He said: “The club recently relocated to its new home in Broad Street, the former Broad Street Junior School, and like everything it takes a while to get re-established however there has been a lot of local interest in the club and we are attracting new members.
“We hope this seminar will be the first of many.”
The club meets every Tuesday from 6.45pm, open to anyone aged 8 years plus. For more contact reception at Broad Street on 01270 255355.
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