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WKU clubs are taking immediate action to minimise the risk from COVID-19 coronavirus. Closures and proposed dates for reopening are listed below. Please check for changes and updates.

Bristol Karate Club
Closing after training on Tuesday 17 March 2020 – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday session are all suspended for one month due to reopen Tuesday 28 April 2020. Please check any updates as the reopening date may change.

Clevedon Karate Kai
Last session Friday 20th March 2020,
hopefully back on Wednesday 22nd April.
In all cases we are listening to government advice and may extend these dates if required.

Nuffield Health Karate Club
Last day Saturday 21st March 2020. Hopefully back Saturday 25th April.
In all cases we are listening to government advice and may extend these dates if required.

Yeovil Karate Club are taking immediate action to minimise the risk from COVID-19 coronavirus. The club is closing after training on Tuesday 17th March 2020  and Friday sessions are all suspended for one month and due to re-open on Tuesday 21st April 2020. Please check any updates on the club website or Facebook as the re-opening date may change.

Jersey Wado Ryu
We have closed the club as of Wednesday 18 March 2020 with the advice of the schools in Jersey closing for about a month from Monday 23 March. Please visit this website for updates on reopening.

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