Quote of the Month
" Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare."
Japanese Proverb


Congratulations to Rob Maclean on a well deserved sandan grading. Many years of effort and due diligence have paid off, well done!


July/Aug 2023

As the 2020 Japan tour didn't go ahead because of covid, we are now planning a tour in the Summer of 2023. At this stage I just need to know who is interested. Involves travelling around mainland Japan and a stop over in Okinawa for some training in traditional karate dojo. Training is of course optional!

So far we have a group of 7 that are interested. Please let me know if you are interested by the end of 2022..

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With great sadness, on Monday 27th Sept, 2021 our good friend and great karate ka, Marcelo Chavez from Argentina, has died from covid. A great shock to us all as he was so fit and strong. We will all miss you and your great personality. You have gone far too soon. Bless you - your spirit will live on in all of us.


19th December 2021

Well done to Stephen Ricketts on passing his black belt today. Long may his training continue and onward progress. 


10th October

A welcome visit to the UK from Don Dauginis and his student Arunas this last few days after travelling to us from Lithuania. After hard training on Thursday and Saturday they both took their respective grades and both passed with flying colours. Congratulations to them both with Arunas passing his 1st dan and Don passing his 4th dan.

Plans will be made in the new year to visit Lithuania. 

Japan Tour 2022


The planned trip to Japan in 2020 obviously could not go ahead but we are looking at the possibililty of this year and to coincide with the World Karate Championships in Okinawa.

If anyone is interested at this stage just let me know in the dojo or "pm" me so that I can gauge numbers.

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Don after passing his 4th Dan and his student Arunas passing shodan. Excellent level of gr

Sad passing of Leicester Karate Clubs former teacher

24th January 2021

It is with sadness that the clubs former karate teacher in the 70's and early 80's has passed away at the age of 72 after battling lung cancer. He was inspirational for a large group of seniors in Leicester and beyond who still carry the karate torch through his teaching. A physically demanding instructor who was dedicated to his art for over 50yrs. God bless Tony.

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Antony Conroy 1948-2021