Self-defence Class Fundraiser

Shogun Karate Academics Logo A self-defence class has been organised in Tamworth, near Birmingham, in aid of funding research into Cystinosis. The class is being run by James Stringer, a 4th Dan Wado Ryu Karate expert, of Shogun Karate Academies. Anyone who is over 16 years of age is welcome to attend this event, which is being held on May 6th, 2–4pm, at the St Andrews CE Primary School, Main Street, Clifton Campville. The location of this school can be found on

Attendees are advised that tickets cost £6 and that comfortable, loose clothing and trainers should be worn.

Those wishing to attend should contact David Benford or James Stringer:

  • David (please remove the anti-spam space from the address).
  • David: 07986 637021
  • James: 07855 632355

At this time, the Cystinosis Foundation UK would also like to thank David Benford for organising and promoting this event and James Stringer for instructing the class.

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