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On Sunday 24th July Master Nicholls travelled to Cornwall to give a seminar , all the proceeds going to help the UKITF squad for the European Championships in Naples.

We all arrived at the hall closely followed by Master Nichollsand after the usual greetings and chat, the 4th degrees started their training. The seminar was based on pattern work so we split the seminar into segments which allowed each grade to go through the relevant patterns with Master Nicholls making sure we were correct in our interpretation. After all the black belts had their session it was time for lunch and a well earned break.

Then the coloured belts started to arrive for their seminar and from the feedback we have received, they thoroughly enjoyed it, Master Nicholls making sure that no matter what the age or grade they all felt the seminar was for them.

The time flew and soon it was time to leave with everyone tired but happy.

Once again Sir, a huge thank you for a really informative and enjoyable day.

Written by: Wendy Ann Richards - 3rd August 2011
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Mark Skyrme ( UK ITF) : 4th August 2011, 13:57

Looks good, shame it took so long to write the article :-P
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