Martial arts move up

Excalibur Martial Arts has been celebrating a number of successes recently. Tammy Lewis and Karl Thompson were promoted by the GTI Black Belt Panel to 1st Dan and 2nd Dan Black Belt respectively. Meanwhile, Tammy and husband, Dean Lewis were also awarded their Referee Certificates, having completed the GTI course and practical elements at tournaments.

Not to be outdone, Dean and fellow Black Belt Dave Holloway were also awarded their Instructor Certificates, bringing Excalibur’s total number of fully qualified instructors to four.
If your child would like to try martial arts, Excalibur offers a one month free trial for all new students. Find them on Facebook: @ExcaliburBridgnorth.

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