Once again, although this is billed as a Karate camp it is an opportunity to try some other arts as well and get a view on how others train (although there will be enough Karate to keep the traditionalists happy )
Although the weekend is shamelessly aimed at raising funds in support of Christopher's Smile it is also about building bridges, making new friends, learning and having fun.
I have had to increase the price this time but I still feel £85 for 15 hours training, camping and all food over the 3 days is still a bit of a bargain
We will have Classic, Applied and Pragmatic karate and on top of that will have sessions on Krav Maga, Gracie JuJitsu, AikiJitsu (and hopefully Boxing)
In order to keep the intimate feel of the camp and to ensure everybody gets full attention places for the full camp will be limited to 25 so don't think about it too long (over 18's only I'm afraid)
Thanks for taking the time to read.
Bob Davis "beware of anyone who has all the answers, it's a sign you are just not asking the right questions"