Whitchurch Fencing Club

The Club

Whitchurch Fencing Club is a friendly club for fencers of all abilities. We welcome new members, as well as visiting fencers, and those looking for another night’s fencing.

Venue & Time :
    Rhiwbina Memorial Hall
    Tuesdays, 7.45pm

The club runs the annual O'Sullivan Cup épée competition.

Learn to fence

The Olympic sport of Fencing is a great sport for boosting your body's health and fitness.   The emphasis is on speed rather than strength making it an ideal sport for both sexes.

We offer a short beginners course to learn fencing.   The course is aimed to take you from “complete beginner” to be able to join in fencing matches at the club.   

The weapon taught is the Epée, this sword being the modern equivalent of the Rapier, a duelling sword where thrusts can be made to any part of the body.

"I would like to say a huge thank you for making us feel so welcome in the Club. Learning to fence should have been a very daunting experience - however you made it fun, whilst providing structured and easy to follow coaching in a safe environment.  We look forward to being active members in this friendly, yet challenging, club." - a recent beginner...

Calling all experienced fencers ...

Whether a member of a nearby club looking for an extra night's fencing, or just visiting Cardiff, we'll be pleased to see you :
  • competitive rates
  • electric equipment
  • on site coaches
  • armoury service available
  • suburban location with parking, and easy access to the A470 or train

Improvers !

Looking for help with successive parries, and continuity hitting ?   Want to qualify for the BAF Bronze, Silver & Gold medals ??

Our experienced coaches will be able to put you through your paces, and provide assessment and coaching to improve your performance.

Whatever your ability, our coaches will be able to assist you

Enquiries to  :   Michael Clemitson   - 029 2075 1155
     email       :   Whitchurch Fencing Club
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