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Fencing

28
Jun
6.30PM to 7.30PM
Ham Youth Centre, Ham Close . View map

Come and learn this ancient art with elite level coaches, all equipment supplied.
Fencing is often referred to as a physical game of chess as it requires both physical prowess and mental ability. The fencing sword is supposedly the second fastest moving object at the Olympics after the marksman’s bullet. With this in mind, fencers need to have incredibly fast reactions.

Event details

Basic Details

Age of Users
From 10 To 15

Organiser and Contact Details

Organiser
Achieving for Children Youth Service

Costs

Costs

£5 per Session

Event Repeats

Repeats

This event repeats on the following dates:

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Venue and Accessibility

Accessibility

Accessible building
Yes
Accessible toilets
Yes
Parking facilities
Yes
Staff have specialist training
Yes

Inclusion and Accessibility

Taking part if you are a child or young person with additional needs or a disability

How can a child or young person with SEND take part in this activity

Our provision is inclusive of all children and young people including those who may have a disability or who have Special Educational Needs. Please contact us to ensure that your child's needs are understood and supported.

Who to contact for more information about inclusion and accessibility

Name
Ben Skelton

Event reminders

You can send yourself a reminder email three days prior to events taking place. 'Fencing' took place on 28 June 2022.

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