British Open 2018 results: Juniors- 1st J Wright (Wakaba) 2nd H Fry (Mumeishi) 3rd J Chan (Kodokan) & L Westaway (Plymouth) Open- 1st R Collins (Shozankan) 2nd W McCahon (Tora) 3rd K Rukas (Wakaba) & J Ogle (Denshinkan) Fighting spirit: R Riches (Denshinkan)
Welcome to the British Kendo Association
The British Kendo Association (BKA) is the official governing body for Kendo, Iaido and Jodo in the UK. The BKA was founded in 1964 as a non-profit making organisation to foster and develop the practice and spirit of Kendo, Iaido, and Jodo along traditional lines. For more information on the BKA, please read the ‘About us‘ section.
If you are interested in beginning Kendo, Iaido or Jodo please see the ‘Getting Started‘ section for more information and then look in Clubs for somewhere to practice near you.
There will be a short meeting at the Bowden on 24th November to discuss the bu budget. This was previously discussed at the AGM, the budget papers are still available on the BKA website, however they could not be approved as the AGM was not quorate
The funeral of Geoffery Noel Salmon, Nanadan Kyoshi will take place at: Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium, South Road, Nine Mile Ride, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 3DW, UK at: 1.30pm on Wednesday 5th December 2018. Afterwards there will be an opportunity to raise a glass and celebrate of his life at: Macdonald Berystede Hotel …