Beccles Taekwon-do Club Competes at the 1st Open ITF International

HISORY was made this weekend in Coventry at the 1st Open ITF International Competition, hosted by the GTUK who's members instructors abide

and truthfully

to the tenants of Taekwon-do with genuine warmth shown to other Taekwon-do groups. The attendance of nearly 700 people, three Grandmasters, five Masters and 33 different organisations/groups shows the direction Open ITF are taking, new friends have been made and many old friends reunited. A

wonderful atmosphere

throughout the day. Beccles Taekwon-do Open ITF International


Bella Gibson Junior Black belt patterns Gold, Joel Thrower Cadet Sparring Bronze, Jenna Akerman Senior Black belt

Patterns Silver, Barbara Mazza Veteran


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Taekwon-do students and officials were brilliant, so thank you for all your hard work and support, we are

very proud

of the examples you set and standards you achieved, true Taekwon-do spirit. Well done guys, fantastic results after a long day in Coventry,' Beccles Taekwondo instructors Mr and Mrs Bedingfield.

If anyone would like to

find out how you can learn Taekwon-do and compete at this level, come and see us for a free session, Monday or Thursday at the Venue Beccles 7pm-8.30pm or visit our website Beccles- for details.

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£1 per adult. Price includes: Disco, party games and themed crafts. Barbecue, face painting, raffle and refreshments will be charged at extra cost. All money raised will go directly to the preschool. Tickets to be purchased on the door. For further information see our Facebook events page.


THE first weekend of the month

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