New Homes for Old Classes

Please note that our classes are all unaffected by the recent "groups of six" regulations, as classes like ours are all covered by the exemptions.

So, it's good news all around at the moment, with our Sword and Self Defence classes all now back in person, and our Tai Chi programme moving indoors from 14th September. It has meant a bit of shuffling around, sometimes with days and even venues changing as we have sought places that are open and are big enough and ready enough to sustain Covid Secure classes.

A big break has been securing a very large Peopleton venue (pictured) to replace our small Pershore Library classes, and also give something nearer for Worcester students, from 14th September. We can also tell you now that a new venue has been found for Bromsgrove Tai Chi, where the Artrix closed and then our replacement venue at Parkside pulled out. From 16th September we are at Avoncroft Arts in Stoke Heath. And in the Cotswolds, Moreton-in-Marsh TaeKwonDo classes have moved to Blockley while the Redesdale Hall remains closed. The warm and bright Blockley venue proved popular during our last relocation there, so we are glad have been able to secure it again.

For up to date information on attending our Covid Secure classes, see our special Coronavirus Page. This page tells you what you need to be aware of if you are hoping to attend any of our in person classes. Please make sure to check this page regularly, because it responds to and explains the latest guidance.

With so many classes now opening, we have moved the detailed information about classes back on to our website. You can find that on our classes page.

The Bredon Hill Cup

The hugely popular multi-arts competition will be going ahead this year, and we want you to send in your entries. It's open to all LCTKD students (except Instructors) from all our arts, and you can send your entries in on line. And this year, our different arts compete against one another! Find out by clicking the link below.


In-person classes are returning, but our on-line presence is just as strong and will continue to be. The next one in the programme is an evening workshop with the beautiful, relaxing Shibashi.