Author Archives: helen
February 2015 – changes
By helen | Published: Wednesday 11th February, 2015
Please note that sadly after eight years, we have cancelled the Tiverton class. Unfortunately dwindling numbers no longer make this class viable. We’re extremely grateful to Sifu Miles Carrigan for running the class for the past few months. The Wednesday and Friday evening classes in Exeter will now finish at 9.00pm. Beginners are always welcome, so please […]
Happy New Year!
By helen | Published: Friday 2nd January, 2015
All classes resume as normal from Monday 5th January 2015. Beginners always welcome.
Wednesday 10th December – class cancelled
By helen | Published: Wednesday 10th December, 2014
Please remember that tonight’s class has been cancelled. Friday is on as normal.
Friday 10th October – class cancelled
By helen | Published: Wednesday 8th October, 2014
Due to training commitments elsewhere, the class on Friday 10th October has been cancelled.
Exciting Change for Tiverton Class
By helen | Published: Sunday 5th October, 2014
Exciting Change for Tiverton Class We’re delighted to announce that Miles Carrigan will be teaching the Tiverton class from now on. The class remains part of the Devon Wing Chun club, so your standing orders are still valid for this class and all other classes. Mondays 7.30pm-9.00pm will offer an exciting opportunity to train with […]
Baat Jamm Do
By helen | Published: Saturday 12th July, 2014
Senior students practising Baat Jamm Do in Tiverton
By helen | Published: Friday 20th June, 2014
Plenty of training opportunities coming up this summer. Please check our Calendar and Events page for full information. Grandmaster Samuel Kwok returns to Weston Super Mare for a seminar on Saturday 5th July and we’re having a joint assessment and seminar with Sifu Bill McKay, courtesy of Taunton Wing Chun on Sunday 17th August. All […]
Holiday w/c 28th April
By helen | Published: Saturday 26th April, 2014
We’re away for a week so no classes during w/c 28th April. Classes will resume as normal from Tuesday 6th May.
By helen | Published: Monday 31st March, 2014
Gaining Skill is the opposite of Gaining Fat; Fat is easy to gain and hard to lose; Skill is hard to acquire and easy to lose! So, keep training hard!
By helen | Published: Wednesday 26th March, 2014
Please keep an eye on the calendar as there are several changes in April and May.