Nine-year-old chosen as Ashwell Karate Club’s 2015 Student of the Year

PUBLISHED: 14:05 30 December 2015 | UPDATED: 14:05 30 December 2015

Edward Fish Ashwell Karate Club's 2015 Student of the Year

Edward Fish Ashwell Karate Club's 2015 Student of the Year

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Edward Fish has been chosen as Ashwell Karate Club’s 2015 Student of the Year award by his peers.

The nine-year-old joined the club at the age of five and has worked hard over the last four years, showing an enthusiastic approach to training and excellent Dojo etiquette.

Edward has graded successfully from blue belt through to brown with red stripe and now is only two steps away from claiming black belt status.

If you are aged between five and 65 and want to take up a new challenge perhaps karate is for you?

Ashwell Karate Club trains every Saturday 2-3pm at Ashwell Village Hall.

For a free one hour lesson, contact Ashwell TSKAGB Karate Club’s secretary Mandi Dhillon 01462 679105 or email baldock.karateclub@tesco.net

Alternatively go to www.ashwellvillagehall.org.uk/gpage5.html

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