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    There's a club in Halifax that I'm going to while the Huddersfield one is shut for summer. It's at Northbridge lesiure centre on Tuesday evenings. I think it's 7:00 - 9:00 normally but at the moment it's 8:00 - 9:00 as most people are away.
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    Laszlo's Fencing
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    Tuesday & Thursday starting at 1915 in Durham School gym.

    For those in the NE not aware, Laszlo no longer coaches at Salle Jakab.

    Current website : www.geocities.com/laszlo_jakab_fencing

    New website in development, this one only lists the old details. Anybody requiring more information get in contact with me.

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    So who does now?

    Hmmm - shouldn't the name go with him - Petr Barratt has left Haverstock with which he was synominous for LTFC - any other smmer transfers ?

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    Default Wiltshire

    There is a club called Wessex Blades in Salisbury and Warminster and I think in Dorset as well.
    Tel. 01373 826578
    No coach but very friendly

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    Hi I'm with Bristol Fencing club...there's quite a bit about us on the website: http://www.bristolfencingclub.com/, and we're there Tuesdays and Fridays.

    Its always good to see new people, and we now have a core if visiting fencers too.

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    There are two clubs in Chesterfield listed on various websites:

    Wingerworth Fencing Club
    http://home.btconnect.com/WFC/

    No longer meets at the Parish Halls but at Sharley Park Leisure Centre (Wednesday 8pm), and the Kids is on Friday at 6.30

    Chesterfield Fencing Club, which use to meet at the Springbank centre no longer exists.

    Robert

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    Default Wolverhampton University Fencing Club

    Obviously at Wolves uni city campus, wolverhampton, but the contact details still have the old captain, who is no longer with us (no he aint dead, just not the captain no more) unfortunately we've had a shortage of captains since, so there isn't actually a club member you could contact to ask for details, but the details havent really changed for the past 4years and arent likely to either:

    Wolves Uni Sports Hall (same building as library and Union)
    Tues 7-9pm
    Thus 4-6pm
    coached by Bev Pearce
    All weapons though foil is the usual jumping off point


    just show up in some tracky bottom and dont forget your towel

    the au email is : sports@wolvesunion.org

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    There are a number of clubs in the Republic of Ireland.

    If you are over with work and fancy getting out of your hotel room and doing some fencing, email me and I'll point a club in your direction.

    There is a club in Cork, and 4 clubs in Dublin.

    all have pubs nearby
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    Morcambe Young Blades & well I suppose the adults must be called Morcambe Blades. Lancaster and Morcambe Collegesports Hall, monday nights. I think it's on most club listings, i'm not sure of the times, I haven't been in a while. My main club is just a school one so I guess all aren't welcome there

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    my club, although not registered, good begginers traingn though! non-electric foil mainly
    get lots of practice fencing everyone at the club

    Saturady - 9-10am- Aireborough Leisure Centre, guiseley
    Coach: Mike Winterburn

    Cost: 4/5 (not sure, i don't pay! my dad does!)

    no website!

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    The lessons that I go to are kind of run by Derby City Council at a place called St.Helens House (opposite the Seven Stars Pub )

    The instructor is a guy called Mike Dennis, fees vary as because it is a council run thing there are massive amounts of discounts on offer. Also you need to enrol for the whole course you can't just turn up adhoc.

    Evenings aren't all that regular (as Mike works shifts) but the fact that he does it for us in his valuable free time is much appreciated, generally works out to one or two sessions per month.

    (Frankly I don't think my 20something body could cope with more than that)

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    Robert Gordons is listed in Scottish Fencing but contact details are out of date by 2 years

    We fence at Inchgarth and the website is
    http://www.geocities.com/rgufencingclub/index.htm

    Its getting updated soon. As is the entry for Robert Gordons up in Aberdeen. Contact details are current though.

    We fence on a Thursday so I dont think it clashes with aberdeen university, they arent back till february, plus we are open to everyone of all ages.
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    Dear Mac,
    According to your profile your not even twenty yet. I am more than two and a half times your age and I manage seven hours a week training. Might end up crawling but that is another story.

    Best wishes,
    Judy
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    Originally posted by The Little Un
    Dear Mac,
    According to your profile your not even twenty yet. I am more than two and a half times your age and I manage seven hours a week training. Might end up crawling but that is another story.

    Best wishes,
    Judy
    I thought ChiefyMacT was nearly 30 but maybe I cannot add up.

    Perhaps like the rest of us 20-somethings he is too busy maltreating his body, but when we grow up we too will be able to manage 7 hours training a week.
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    At the risk of appearing anally retentive (have patience - bad day in the office) it is the quality of the training that matters more than number of hours. Seven hours or whatever practicing the same thing incorrectly is going to do far more harm versus personal results and goals than two hours doing it right.
    And a happy time we'll have there - at the ugly bug ball!!

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    Sorry I was told that you were born in 84 not 74.
    Not all training has to be fencing training, we need to look at general fitness as well, which is where a lot of my seven hours go to.

    Best wishes,
    Judy
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    That is true, alot of fencing can fail because of a lack of stamina.
    When I do go to the gym and keep it up the fencing does improve.
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    My clubs:

    Newport Fencing Club
    Chepstow Fencing Club
    (see http://www.welshfencing.org/clubs.htm)

    Cardiff University Fencing Club
    (see http://www.cardiffstudents.com/main/au/fencing)

    These are all the Newport-Cardiff-Chepstow area of South Wales (i.e. along the M4 centred around Newport, where I unfortunately have to live close to).

    For at least the majority of the clubs in Wales:
    http://www.welshfencing.org/clubs.htm
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    Crediton Fencing Club
    Venue: Queen Elizabeth school Crediton
    Time: Wednesday Evening
    Level: as I understand it mostly begginers with little oppurtunity to improve much technically. Although one of the people who goes there is doing an advanced coaching course elsewhere at present.
    Coach:Sarah Harris (BFA coacing certificate level 1 I think)
    Cost:unknown at this time.

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    the link t o west mids fencing on the lp site doesn't work...

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