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Solihull Tigers is of now Closed no training tonight Thursday 19th 

ive set up a virtual training class at 6pm Tuesday 24th March ive text you with the details.

If you,ve not received the text please message me.


All classes are running and will remain running as normal unless otherwise advised. In the event of schools closing and i therefore am unable to hire the school.

Any students that can’t make classes due to illness please contact us.

I feel it is important to try to maintain some consistency and normality for your children/yourself. Keeping active and staying fit will benefit our health and our minds. We will do our utmost to maintain hygiene to reiterate please can yourself and your children, wash hands before and after class. I will limit contact exercises during class and as per previous advice given by the UK Public Health agency. If anyone is feeling poorly, stay at home and get yourself better. I'm sure you are all with me that our lives must carry on as healthy and as normally as they can.

Thank you for your time in reading this and your continued support.


British Taekwondo Council (BTC) would point members to the Government’s advice to contain the possible spread of the coronavirus.

Many Taekwondo students, parents, club instructors and officials will have questions about general participation, the running of training sessions, competitions and events and combating the spread of the virus.

The Taekwondo etiquette of shaking hands when greeting or thanking instructors and fellow students may be suspended at this time. BTC will update members when the situation changes.

The latest information issued by the government, detailed below, should hopefully answer many of those questions. Latest government guidance

The following tailored advice for the sports sector has been developed. This advises:

• There is presently no rationale to close or cancel sporting events, but this may change as the situation evolves, so please keep a close eye on • Anyone with flu-symptoms should avoid the risk of spreading their infection, whatever that infection may be, by staying at home and recovering; • For those hosting sporting events, whatever the size, attendees and participants should stay up to date on the government’s latest advice on how to avoid catching or spreading the virus, which is here; • As the situation progresses advice may follow for the frail, elderly and those with preexisting health conditions (to be defined) to stay away from gatherings as part of general advice aimed at minimising unnecessary contact with others; • For those travelling to sporting events overseas, the Foreign Office’s travel advice should be followed here and travellers should note that apart from the countries and territories named in that advice, the government is not presently advising against travel to anywhere else; • For those who offer community and leisure services, such as running a local football team; or running a gym; hand hygiene should be strongly promoted and encouraged and equipment and facilities should be thoroughly cleaned and wiped down as usual following use. The government is planning to publish specific advice on this shortly; • There is presently no reason people should stop doing their daily sport and physical activities as they normally would.

Grading on Thurday March 26th by invitation only 6pm

 If in the event of school closure due to Virus i will rescedule the grading sorry for any inconveniance but it will be out of my hands 

If you know anybody who would like to try it please let them know

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