Hindley Sports Centre Dojo
St. Elizabeth's Church Hall Dojo
Hindley Sports Centre (Studio 2), Mornington Road, Hindley WN2 4LG
Monday and Wednesday: 6 - 7 pm
All ages(children from 5 years), any grade.
Hindley Sports Centre is suitable for children beginners.
This room has been refurbished and is large, warm and spacious.
St Elizabeth's Church Hall, Bolton Road, Aspull WN2 1QW
Saturday: 12 - 1 pm
All ages(children from 5 years old), any grade
St Elizabeth's Church Hall is suitable for young and older beginners
It is a friendly atmosphere to train in.
You train at your pace, and you will always be assured of a friendly welcome.
You will learn how to increase speed, strength and power through correct breathing, co-ordination of movement and concentration. A student’s rate of advancement depends on their personal ability and on their level of commitment to training. Karate is a life long sport.that can be enjoyed by people of all ages so give it a try, don't delay to long.
You can come to both clubs if you want, so you have option to train up to three times a week, if you are really keen.
Hindley Karate Club Fees
HKC Members: £4.50 per lesson
HKC family members: 3 from same family, total payable: £12.00 per lesson
HKC family members: 3 or more from same family: £4.00 per lesson per person
HKC members: Pay for 3 lessons in one week £12.00, they must be paid for on the Monday lesson
Non HKC members: £5.00 per lesson
HKC membership £25.00 paid annually
HKC family members: 2 from same family £40.00, 3 or more only £15.00 extra per family member.
All membership fees are paid annually
Prices right up to 1st January 2019
You pay by the lesson, we do not take any credit details, non members can pay as they train.
Everyone is welcome to come down and train.
For beginners the first lesson is free.
To begin with all you need is loose clothing, trackie bottoms, T shirt etc. and reasonable fitness.
After the free lesson you pay for a block booking of four introductory lessons: £20.00 (£5.00 per lesson as non HKC members).
After your four lessons if you are to carry on training, then you pay your membership fee (£25.00) and your first lesson of £4.50 as a member, see above for special rates for family members. You will also be given a KUGB licence form for you to fill in and to send off. You must have an up-to-date KUGB licence before you can grade. Grades can be taken every 3 months provided all the requirements are met, see instructor for more details.
Grading examiner: Sensei Billy Higgins
Grading takes place at Kingsleigh Methodist Church Hall in Leigh WN7 4LR.
Access to car park from Cook Street, next to Longsdale House
Starts at 12pm finishes approx 3pm depending on how many are grading.
Fees are : Grading, training and certificate £25.00
Training only £6.00. Mock grading free for 1st Kyu and Black belts.
1st. Kyu's who will be taking their Black Belt must attend some mock gradings so they can be assessed by Sensei Higgins and also gain confidence when taking their Black Belt grade. Black and Brown belt courses are available from the K.U.G.B. for you to attend and further your karate knowledge and experience.
Prices right up to August 2019
KUGB Licence Fees and Details
KUGB (Karate Union of Great Britain) Licence fees, paid annually
Junior member (under 16): £25.00
Senior member: £30.00
You can now renew your licence online
Your licence will be renewed for one year from your last expiry date, see licence form for more details if circumstances change.
All members must have a KUGB license within 3 to 4 lessons training period, see instructor for a KUGB licence form, this is paid separately to the KUGB.
If you have any queries contact Jim: 07563 247 472 for more details
Prices right up to August 2019