In total the team won 6 Gold Medals, 4 Silver Medals and 1 Bronze Medal, in various weight divisions.
Sam Bowman - Gold (Tag Sparring), Ellis RIley - Gold (Mens WTF Sparring), Dean Turner - Gold (Cadet WTF Sparring), Laim Meadon Gold - (Cadet WTF Sparring), Milly Mancey - Gold (Junior Girls WTF Sparring), Josh Hamshire - Gold (Junior WTF Patterns), Sean Turner - Silver (Junior WTF Sparring), Lewis Agius - Silver (Junior WTF Sparring), Josh Hamshire - Silver (Junior WTF Sparring), Josh Tranter - Silver (Junior WTF Sparring), Josh Tranter - Bronze (Junior WTF Patterns).
This year saw us accumulate a staggering 56 points at the UK Chung Do Kwan British Championships and claim the National Club title and win the prestigious Chung Do Kwan Cup.
An official announcement was made at the end of December 2015 that Chief Instructor Andy Davies had been selected to receive the award of a 'British Citizen's Medal' for services to education and the community, to be presented at a special ceremony in the Palace of Westminster at the end of January 2016.
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER MEDAL INVESTITURE
Chief Instructor Andy Davies attended a special 'British
Citizens Award' medal presentation ceremony along with 32
other recipients from across the UK at the Palace of
Westminster on 28th January 2016.
After the official investiture ceremony, recipients were
presented to awaiting press photographers and media
before embarking on a 'Lap of Honour'
around Westminster with VIP Guests, on
a fleet of open top buses.
Medal recipients were then taken to an
offcial reception where further presentations
were made of certificates from the Duchess
of York and each medallist made a short