Fighting For Jacob

19/11/2016

Meet Jacob, the little boy we are helping to raise money for. Last year, Lee Ashman completed 100 consecutive rounds as part of a charity fund raiser and this year he will be working twice as hard as he aims to complete a world record 150 rounds to raise money to help support Jacob’s cerebral palsy care. “I first met Jacob at Freestyle Martial Arts in Witney, when my wife and I…

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Safeguarding Kickboxing With NSPCC

14/11/2016

The BKC is currently working alongside the NSPCC to help stop child abuse within our sport. If you would like to discuss any issues or concerns please contact our Chief Safeguarding Officer Klaire Heap on: 07425140490 or Email safeguarding@the-bkc.co.uk. You can also contact the NSPCC’s Whistleblowing Advice Line directly on 0800 028 0285 or Email help@nspcc.org.uk. The Whistleblowing Advice Line offers free advice and support to professionals with concerns about how…

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No. 10 Supports Kickboxing’s No. 1

19/05/2016

British Kickboxing reached a new audience this week with an acknowledgement of the sport from No 10. ICO England International, India Mae Thompson, received a letter from the Prime Minister, David Cameron, in recognition for her outstanding achievements in the UK and overseas. India just, 14 last week, picked up two European Championship Tiles in Points and Mat Continuous (Girls 12- 15 years) and two Silver Medals (Girls 16-18 years) in the…

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Imogen Proctor Beats Inner Demons

18/04/2016

Imogen Proctor is a young Kickboxing champion who had to battle against an internal struggle after she started losing her hair at 21. She recently shared her story with BBC Radio Bristol and we are very pleased to help share it with you. “It was a pleasure to share my story with BBC Radio Bristol and a great opportunity to spread the word about alopecia.” According to the NHS website…

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