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David Humm 07-15-2004 07:05 PM

50 glorious years of British Aikido
 
Hello :)

Just a quick note to let you know of a very special event being planned for May of 2005.

The "Kenshiro Abbe Sensei Celebratory Seminar, 50 years of British Aikido"

Kenshiro Abbe introduced Aikido to the United Kingdom in 1955. Establishing the "Abbe School of Budo" in London.

A website has been set up to promote this event where much more information is available - www.aikido-database.co.uk

Everyone is welcome.

Kind regards

Dave Humm

David Humm 07-23-2004 12:21 PM

Re: 50 glorious years of British Aikido
 
Just an update on the above seminar.

The venue has now been secured as has the date.

Venue : Crystal Palace (Main Arena) London UK
Date : 14th May 2005

You can now pre-book your places on this seminar, the interest being show even at this stage, is very positive.

More info available at

Kenshiro Abbe Sensei Celebratory Seminar - Marking 50 years of Aikido within the United Kingdom

Regards

David Humm 12-19-2004 10:30 AM

Re: 50 glorious years of British Aikido
 
Short Update:

Almost 300 places have now been pre-registered, the max allowed for safety reasons is 400.

If you wish to participate in this event please register you place ASAP at www.aikido-database.co.uk

We are pleased to see students as far as the U.S travelling for this seminar.

Kind regards as always

Dave Humm

David Humm 02-23-2005 09:31 AM

Re: 50 glorious years of British Aikido
 
Just a short note to say that just 73 places remain available for the Kenshiro Abbe Seminar on the 14th May.

Anyone wishing to attend can pre book via

http://www.aikido-database.co.uk/kenshiroabbe/

Overseas visitors very welcome.

Regards

Dave

David Humm 05-07-2005 06:54 AM

Re: 50 glorious years of British Aikido
 
Another Update.

Please note that all the 400 places have now been allocated.

We still have plenty of spectator space and we would like to encourage anyone who might like to watch this unique event to turn up on the day.

Full details here at http://www.KenshiroAbbe.com

Kind regards


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