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MEMBERS TRADE SERVICES (keep it in the family)


Below is a list of our students, friends & trusted suppliers, who offer a service to the public.

As we are all related by our club, by using their services you will benefit from guaranteed top class workmanship at a good rate. When you contact them, don't forget to mention you are a KH member.

If you, your family / friends or anyone you think can offer a quality service to our members,
please send us details :



Buddy Holly  / Tribute Act
Buddy Holly, the legend, lives on, as David Remblence's amazing vocals and outstanding guitar work will transport you back to the nostalgic rock and roll era of the late 1950's.
CONTACT : David Remblence Tel: 07815 691482 web: www.bootleg-buddy.co.uk
If you want anything from a ring clean to a new one! Phil Higgins is the man to speak to with his extensive family run Jewellers & Goldsmiths established 30 Years, in Hull, East Yorkshire. Specialising in Jewellery Repairs and Bespoke Handmade Pieces in Gold & Silver.
CONTACT : Phil Higgins Tel: 01482 571918 web: www.cameojewels.co.uk Social web: http://www.facebook.com/CameoJewellers



Photographer / Designer


EYG/ Windows and Glazing

Stuck for a home improvement? or energy bill reduce? EYG Suppliers of:

Aluminium windows & doors, Aluminium curtain walling, Aluminium shop fronts, Aluminium automatic sliding / swing doors,  Aluminium & UPVC bi folding doors, Aluminium & UPVC patio’s

UPVC windows & doors, Composite doors, Conservatories, orangaries & entrance porches, Fire rated windows & doors, Sliding sash windows, Hardwood windows & doors, Soffits, fascia & gutter, Double & triple glazed units.

CONTACT: Chris Page Tel: 07973706184 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Web: www.eygwindows.co.uk 







Child Protection Policy


All our instructors are trained Shukokai Karate ka and associated with FEKO. Their day jobs are also in the NHS so again you know they are health and safety orientated.  

Have a thorough knowledgeChild Karate of not only teaching Karate techniques but have training in emergency first aid procedures and are DBS vetted.

Considerable amount of our adult students all are DBS checked for peace of mind!

Karate Hull Child protection policy statement:

'Karate as a sport has a duty of care to safeguard all children involved from harm.  All children have the right to protection; the needs of the disabled and others must be taken into account.
Karate Hull will take every step to ensure the safety and protection of all children involved with the association through adherence to the child protection policy.  The policy will be implemented by all our members and is applicable to all officers, club instructors, officials, staff and voluntary workers'



Frequently Asked Questions

At what age do you take children?
We normally take children from the age of six. Younger children however usually benefit from other siblings or parent for support and practise when at home. 

Do you have to be physically fit?
Whilst it helps to have a basic level of fitness, the syllabus is designed to gradually increase fitness and flexibility during your training.

Is there a maximum age?
No, there is no maximum age. Karate Hull have had many students who do not take karateKarate Teenager Girls up until they are 40's and 50's who have still gone on to achieve black belt level.

How often should I train?
It is recommended that you train twice a week. However we understand that todays world sometimes doesn't allow us to do this, that is why our free members area takes advantage of social feeds to keep in touch and online films of the syllabus which can be practised in the smallest of rooms!

How long does it take between gradings?
Training twice a week, it is normally takes 3 to 4 months between grading's (which increases to six months for more senior grades), but it can take longer depending on ability.

Can I come to watch?
Everybody is welcome to come and watch a training session and is encouraged to speak to one of the instructors at any time. Be warned most who watch generally want to join in!

How much does it cost?
The first lesson is free. Training once a week for an individual costs £27, training twice a week costs £38 per month. Discount schemes are available for family membership and NHS (see instructor for further details), where can be as low as £3.00 per family member per session.

There is no "notice period" if you wish to stop training. A Karate License is also required prior to the first grading, this costs approximately £25 per annum. (application form available from instructor).

Do I need any special clothes?
We recommend just wearing a light-loose track suit for the first few lessons until you are sure karate is for you. When you are ready A "Gi" (karate suit) can be purchased from the club from around £20. That includes your Karate Hull badge!





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