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EKC meet meeting 23rd April 2014
Thursday, 18 April 2013 15:50

The EKC governing body for Karate in England. Which is the largest Karate body in England, are holding their next meeting on 23rd April at the Days Hotel, off the M1 near Leeds.

The EKC is made up of the 3 largest Federations in England, the AMA, FEKO and Karate England.

groups wishing to join direct to the EKC governing body can do so via the web site www.englishkaratecouncil.com or you can affiliate to one of the 3 current groups.

 

 
EKF President & Vice President resign
Thursday, 18 April 2013 15:14

The EKF President and Vice President have resigned. The EKF AGM has been postponed.

Reports are that more clubs leave the EKF, also that the BKF will be in control of the English clubs. English Karate to control itself will be lost.

The Only viable English Karate body at this time seems to be the EKC.

Your views are always welcome.

Regards

Ed

 
AMA clubs win at the Toyakwai Open 2014
Thursday, 18 April 2013 15:10

AMA clubs win Gold,Silver and Bronze at the Toyakwai Karate Open 2014.

full report to follow.

 
BKF Solid or Not?
Sunday, 09 December 2012 09:11

Many issues being reported to this office after a quite spell.

One such issue is the British Karate Federation and how solid is it's structure, now that the largest groups in Wales have pulled away from the WKGB.

It has also been reported that the Northern Ireland Karate Body (WKF) may have lost their mandate as the governing body? If there is any news on this issue please forward it to the EKA office.

The EKF, is the English representative on the BKF and they are showing a considerable loss of members. The EKC however appears to be moving forward as the credible Karate governing body in England. So sould they have a place in a British Karate set up?

The question is 'How solid is the current BKF', is it stable? or should there be a better British Karate structure to suit the needs of all Karate Ka in the UK.

Scotland appears on paper to have a stable body, but again many Karate Ka are outside the SKGB and are independent, some belong to other recognised World bodies.

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AMA groups win Gold at Toyakwai Open Clacton
Sunday, 09 December 2012 09:02

AMA Southend Goju-Kai Karate Club members win Fold, Silvers and Bronze places at the Toyakwai Karate Open 2012 at Clacton Leisure Centre.

The AMA group proudly show off their trophies in the attached photo.

 

 
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