18TH OF MARCH 2020THE CLUB COACHES HAVE DECIDED, GIVEN THE CURRENT GOVERNMENTAL GUIDELINES THAT :
THE CLUB WILL CLOSE FOR AT LEAST 2 WEEKS.
At that time, the coaches will review the most recent advice from the NHS and Public Health England
The current guidance from the NHS can be found here
The current guidance from Public Health England can be found here
KEEP CHECKING THIS WEB SITE FOR UPDATES!!!!!
Guidance on Covid-19
If you are unwell with cold or flu-like symptoms, please do not come on the mat to practice judo, even if you think it is not Corona Virus.
The Corona Virus will be with us for several months and we need to be vigilant to avoid its spread. Judo is a contact sport, so it is even more important to take heed of the advice given by the Health Protection Agency and other professional bodies. The following pictorial guidance should be noted by all attending our Judo Club.
The NHS advises you, among other things, to wash your hands
regularly, cover your mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and avoid
touching your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
We expect the leisure
services at the centre to keep the hall clean, but we all need to play a part
as well. We put away the mats after practice each time.
Some advice in the government
- "Anyone with flu-symptoms should avoid the risk of spreading their infection, whatever that infection maybe, by staying at home and recovering". Judo is a contact sport and would be a high-risk activity with such symptoms.
- "As the
situation progresses, we might advise the frail, elderly and those with
pre-existing health conditions (to be defined) to stay away from gatherings as
part of general advice aimed at minimising unnecessary contact with others"
- "There is
presently no reason people should stop doing their daily sport and physical
activities as they normally would"
Advice for players and wider guidance in schools...
It is with sadness in our hearts that we are today announcing all our leisure centres and outdoor facilities will be temporarily closed with immediate effect, including:
Altrincham Golf CourseAltrincham Leisure CentreGeorge H Carnall Leisure CentreOld Trafford Sports BarnPartington Sports VillageSale Leisure CentreStretford Chester CentreStretford Talbot CentreThe Grammarmove UrmstonFootball pitches and pavilions
This is due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, to ensure we comply with the UK Government’s most recent advice.
Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people who have been affected by this unprecedented event and we appreciate the healthcare workers, and people from our local communities, and local government who are on the front line working to contain this coronavirus.
Despite these unavoidable closure,s our priority remains the health of our staff and of all our customers. Our doors may be closed, but we are looking at how best to ensure our most vulnerable customers are supported and looked after at this time.
Let’s make the safety and health of our families and our community the first priority.
To get the latest Government advice and recommended actions you can take to protect yourself and others visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response
Advice from NHS England states that staying active and maintaining physical activity is an important part of remaining healthy and protecting against coronavirus.
With this in mind, we’ll be bringing you advice and guidance for indoor exercises and will also provide our members with complimentary access to Les Mills On Demand, so you and your family...
We are currently following the
government’s advice regarding the COVID – 19 outbreak. Our team are regularly
washing and sanitising their hands and we ask that you ensure all children
shower prior to swimming lessons. If you are attending gymnastics or using any other
areas of the leisure centres then please make sure you wash hands before
Please may we ask that you do not
attend our leisure centres for the following two weeks if you have travelled
from any of the countries below or have been in contact with anyone who has
travelled from any of those countries within the last 14 days:
These places are:
China, Hong Kong, Macao, Cambodia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Laos,
Myanmar, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
For the latest information, please visit:
If you have any concerns regarding visiting our leisure centres
please contact us below
The Trafford Leisure Team
Trafford Leisure CICSupport Office . Altrincham Golf CourseStockport RoadTimperleyWA15 7LP
www.traffordleisure.co.uk email@example.comCompany Reg No. 09764023 Vat No. 221 620065...
Donation to Macmillan Nurses from Sale Judo Club
Hosaka Kwai Judo Club is one of the oldest martial arts clubs, practicing in the Sale Leisure Centre with a tenure spanning over 40 years. The clubs charismatic founder, Sensei Akinori Hosaka passed away in 2010. During his last months, he received excellent support from the Macmillan nurses. By way of thanking them, the Club has annually donated funds raised by each year.
This year the club has managed to raise a total of £600.00...
The last Saturday before Christmas traditionally means, The Best Throw Competition at Hosaka Kwai. Thank you, to all the Judoka for taking part and setting such a high standard, that made picking the best throw very, very challenging for all of the judges.
Pictures from the completion are shown below and can also be found on the club’s Flickr account.
Videos are also available to what on the club’s YouTube Channel.
Friday 16th December 2016 saw the club hold its 2016 Christmas dinner at the ever popular Jasmin restaurant. This year the Hosaka Kwai cup was awarded to Harry for his manager of the acquisition of the new mat for this club earlier this year.
Pictures from the night are posted on the club's Flickr account...
The weekend past, 1st and 2nd of October 2016 saw senior coaches from Hosaka Kwai, attend a BJC, Enhancing BJC Coaching Skills course, hosted by Robin Otani in Leicester and delivered by one of the club's own ex-world Champion and honorary lifetime member Jane Bridge.
You can view the group pictures from the event on the club's Flickr account.
Video playlists from days one and two are available to view on the club's Youtube channel.
Day 1 - 1st October 2016
Day 2 - 2nd October 2016
22nd of September Hosaka Kwai made their annual donation to Mcmillan Cancer Support. Mcmillan cancer support provides specialist healthcare, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. As well as helping with the medical needs of people affected by cancer, Mcmillan also looks at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigns for better cancer care. Mcmillan Cancer Support's goal is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer in the UK.
The donation is made each September by the club, in recognition of the tremendous care and support provided by the Mcmillan nurses to the club founder, Akinori Hosaka, during his battle with cancer.
The donation was made to Karen Morris, Mcmillan Cancer Information Assistant, based at the Mcmillan Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital on behalf of the judo club by Mr. Tom Brookes, Chief Coach, assisted by the club Secretary, Mr. Harry Isalski and the club Treasurer, Mr. Bernard Tunney.
Left to Right Tom Brookes Chief Coach, Karen Morris Macmillan Cancer Information Assistant, Bernard Tunney Club Treasurer, Harry Isalski Club Secretary
Additional pictures can be viewed on the club's Flickr page...
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