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Old 08-14-2002, 08:55 AM   #1
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8/14/2002 8:54am [from Adam Chapman]
Website: http://www.mkkac.com

In a move unique to the area, three Aikido Clubs in Milton Keynes, England, representing three different Associations, are coming together for a combined Aikido course on Sunday 13th October 2002. The three Clubs are Newport Pagnell Aikido Club, member of the Kai-Shin-Kai Association, MK Keihatsu Aikido Club, based in Stony Stratford, and member of the Yama Arashi UK Association; and MK Sei Shin Aikido Club, based in Shenley, member of the Lancashire Aikikai.

The three Black-Belt Instructors, James Dillon, Marianne Crisp, and Ray Munns, have all been training in Traditional Aikido for around 20 years, and have a mutual respect for each others' work. Members of all 3 clubs will train under each Instructor during three 1-hour sessions.

Visit MK Keihatsu Aikido website at www.mkkac.com for more information and a downloadable flyer.
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Old 08-14-2002, 09:11 AM   #2
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Dojo: Warrington Seishin Kai
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hmmm could be interesting to get to

estimated travel time 2H 02m according to the train thing

does anybody know if this is closer to milton keynes central or city centre train station and how to get there from one of these?


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Old 08-15-2002, 02:29 AM   #3
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Hi Pete. If you are considering going it may be an idea to contact the club via their website. I know the people there and they will do as much as they can to help. I'll probably see you there.

Have fun.

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