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Saturday Sessions are back

We can now confirm that we will be returning to two sessions per week:- From Thursday 6th of January 2022, there will be a senior session ( subject to appliacable restrictions ) from 19:45 - 21:15. From Saturday 8th of January 2022, we will be running a mixed session 13:45 - 15:15.  

CLUB IS OPEN ! Starting 6th of January 2022 !

From Thursday 6th of January 2022, the Club will be open from 19:45 to 21:15 for Seniors. An all-ages session will run Saturday 8th of January 2022, 13:45 - 15:15 subject to current Covid Restrictions. Please ensure that you are free of any symptoms. Wear a suit to and from the session and wash after each visit. Please email HosakaKwai@gmail.com prior to attending to allow us to monitor numbers

Club to re-open soon

Sorry for the shortage of updates, as you are aware of the situation as to when it would be permitted to hold Judo sessions has not been predictable. Unfortunately, the news is mixed. The good news is that we are now in the final stage of planning the club reopening. We are currently looking at how we can return safely and stay within any rules that may be imposed post Covid restrictions. The bad news is that the leisure centre has reallocated our long held Saturday session ( without informing us !), so we are initially looking to hold the Junior session at 7:00 PM on a Thursday. At this time any feedback and suggestions are welcomed


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!!!!! https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19

Hosaka Kwai Judo Club – Coronavirus – Covid 19

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 action plan: - "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

2022 Training Session Times

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