Arbroath Brothock Shotokan Karate Club
Mondays : Arbroath Sports Centre : 7.30 – 9.00 Brown & Black Belts
Thursdays : Saltire Leisure Centre Arbroath : 7.00 – 8.00 All Grades
Saturdays : Arbroath Sports Centre : 12.00 – 1.00 – All Grades
telephone Billy Wales on 01241 877910
Brothock Shotokan Karate Club was founded in 1985, the club is run by Billy Wales 4th Dan, Billy began his training in 1977 and has had the honour of representing the U.K.T.K.F at European and World Championships.
Billy is ably supported by Ross Watson 3rd Dan, Ross began his training in 1990.
The club has a good mix of students, with Juniors, Cadets and Seniors all enjoying the benefits of Karate. The club have a hardcore of members who train regularly and enjoy the synergy of group training, the energy created in these group training sessions motivate the individuals to achieve a higher intensity of workout.
At the heart of Shotokan Karate is the goal of self improvement through earnest training, Students are not judged by their performance in relation to their peers, but by their own progress. Students are encouraged to be the best they can be.
The club is this year celebrating our 20th Anniversary. As a way of marking this milestone the club have set themselves the goal of achieving a Gold ACE award. (this is an Award Scheme run by Angus District Council). The club operate a Child Protection Policy and have recently appointed two qualified social workers as Child Protection Officers.
If you interested in giving Karate a try for the first time, or if you have trained in Karate before and want to make a come back please feel free to come along to one of the sessions, or telephone Billy Wales on 01241 877910.