September 2019: Three of our 2nd Dans, Sempai Dan, Sempai Charlie and Sempai Jamie took part in a sponsored 160ft bungee jump.
September 2019: One of out 2nd Dans, Jamie Tucker, took part in a sponsored 10km run with a group from the Skinners School in Tunbridge Wells. They raised a total of £235, well done and thank you!
April 2019: Our students took park in a sponsored kick and punch as well as a sponsored run.
2019: The club began donating to the charity Aaron's Angels
May 2018: Two of our Black Belts, Zach and Aurelia Kingett, took part in a sponsored swim during their Black Belt camp weekend, raising money for this years chosen charity Macmillan.
February 2018: On the 12th of February, Rebecca entered a race in order to raise money for our chosen charity of the year, Macmillan. She ran 12.7km and raised £100 in the process, Well Done Rebecca!
December 2017: Our black belt team delivered the donations raised from our charitable events to the RNLI base at Hastings on the 24th of December.
September 2017: On the 24th of September, our Black Belt team took part in a sponsored run, 3.5 miles from Camber Sands to Rye in order to raise money for the RNLI.
April 2017: The 218 steps up to the top of Hastings Cliffs have been our black belts latest challenge. In a Sponsored stepathon they completed as many laps up to the top and back down as they could in one hour, raising money for the RNLI.
December 2016: Sempai Paul recently ran the 5k Santa race, raising money for our chosen charity.
September 2016: Our black belts recently went to Ashurst Wood school and helped to paint, fix and clean up their playground and outside areas.
June 2016: Two of our black belts took part in another event at the Valance school to run a sports day for their students.
June 2015: Our sponsored kick fund raiser was used to help some poorly students.
April 2015: Two black belts went to the Valance school to run a sports event for them.
November 2014: We have just donated gifts for a hilltop school fund raising event.
April 2014: Two of out black belts travelled to Benenden school to teach one girl who desperately wanted to do kickboxing.
December 2013: Twelve of our black-belts helped Quiggers (a black belt of ours) after a stroke and many months of feeling ill, to train and record a video of a class class which meant he was able to pass his GCSE's with full marks.