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Welcome to the Pomphlett & Plymstock Karate Club, Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon.
Venue: Pomphlett Church, Pomphlett Gardens, Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon. PL9 7BL.
Training nights: Tuesday. (Closed during the whole of the Christmas School Holiday).
Time: Registration: 6.45. Training 7-8.30pm. All levels: Beginners, Intermediate & advanced.
Ages: Beginners of all ages from age 11 (younger if already with training experience, or if included in a 'family training unit').
This is a disciplined senior-based traditional club, so we do not facilitate young or undisciplined children.
Prices for Plymouth Schools of Karate Members: £6 per session. 2 or more family units £5 per student.
Headquarters (Honbu). The Headquarters for the British Wadokai Southwest & Plymouth Karate Clubs under British Wadokai. The Plymouth Karate Club, Pomphlett, is the Honbu of British Wadokai and is our longest established club within the Plymouth Schools of Karate (Est. 2004), which is under direct guidance of Gary E Swift 8th Dan Kyoshi.
Plymouth Schools of Karate
Chief Instructor Gary E Swift 8th Dan Kyoshi.
Telephone; 01752-493210. Email; Please click on image.
Official Website: www.wadokai.co.uk
Although many clubs within the Plymouth Schools of Karate close during School Holidays, Pomphlett & Plymstock Karate Club and Gunnislake Karate Club will remain open during school holiday closures; with the exception of the Christmas School Holidays.
NB: Gunnislake Karate Club will be closed on all Monday Bank Holidays.
Full address: Plymouth Karate Club (Pomphlett & Plymstock). Pomphlett Methodist Church, Pomphlett Gardens, Pomphlett, Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon. PL9 7BL.
NB: There will be required bowing ceremonies at the start and at the end of all the training sessions, plus necessary bowing between participants. Certain cultures and religions may restrict participation in traditional Wadoryu Karate, due to the traditional bowing etiquettes required, please consider this before training within a British Wadokai Karate Dojo; as all participants must show respect through bowing.
The Shield of Wadokai Southwest.
White Dragon. The original flag of Anglo-Saxon England (now used as the flag of Wessex).
Two Rivers. Symbolises the two large rivers of the Southwest, the River Tamar and River Avon (furthest west Tamar and furthest east Avon).
Red Lion of Devon holding British Wadokai symbol arising from crown of the United Kingdom.
15 Bezants/Gold Coins, on a black background, symbol of Cornwall.