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Iain Abernethy
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Bunkai Bash 7

Bunkai Bash will turn Seven in July.

Bunkai Bash – The Magnificent Seven will be taking place from Friday evening 19th July to Sunday lunchtime 21st.

A top quality programme is being put together and it looks as though this will be the best Bash yet – and that is saying something!

With Don Came, Leigh Simms and plenty of other top applied instructors confirmed, you’d be mad to miss it!

With possibly the best BBQ you will ever taste and some special fun planned, this is your chance to be part of something truly……ummmm….unique, please book your ticket soon!

LOCATION: Blacklands Lakes Campsite, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 0NQ, UK.

£90 for the full weekends training, BBQ and commemorative t-shirt, it’s a steal!

Book 5 places and get the 6th free.

Day tickets available! Contact andi@andikidd.com 07818 417 181


Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2338873159711215/

Iain Abernethy
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Hi Anf,

You are best directing all questions to Andi (organiser: andi@andikidd.com), but my understanding is:

Anf wrote:
1. Do you have to be black belt to attend?

Nope. There have definitely been kyu grads at previous events and my understanding is that all levels of experience are welcome.

Anf wrote:
2. What if you're not devout karateka but interested in all aspects of martial arts?

I think that will be fine too. It’s obviously a practical karate event, but I’m sure practically biased martial artists from other systems will be made very welcome and get much from the event.

All the best,


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Thanks Iain. I'll make some enquiries.

Bob Davis
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As far as the Bash is concerned, there is no Karate specific requirement, we have Shotokan, Wado and Goju guys (and gals) attending, plus Aikido, TKD Ju-jitsu etc.. All you really need is an open mind and some martial experience. Personally I'd suggest it may be a bit much for a total beginner but as long as you are comfortable with a bit of "up close and personal". My lowest graded adult student to attend was a 6th kyu adult first time he went and he was fine. Most of the sessions I would suggest are adult only. I'm sure Andi will jump if anything isn't correct.