NAKMAS National Governing Body
PO Box 262
tel: 01227 370055
fax: 01227 370056
Copyright NAKMAS 1992-2014
Grandmother who took up karate after neighbour attack becomes black belt at 71
A grandmorther who took up karate after being assaulted by a neighbour has become a black belt at the age of 71.
Liz Lawson, (NAKMAS member) a grandmother-of-one, who lives near Consett, County Durham, took up martial arts after she was attacked in a row over cat poo five years ago.
Click here to read more.
NAKMAS News Brief, November 2014 issue
The front cover of the new NAKMAS interim newsletter, November 2014 issue, is now in production and will be posted to all direct NAKMAS affiliates via Royal Mail towards the end of next week:
ITV News: Karate kids at Samares School with NAKMAS' Peter Manning
A world renowned karate instructor has been teaching in Jersey this weekend.
It meant that children from across the island got to learn from NAKMAS' Peter Manning 7th Dan, former NAKMAS Deputy Chair.
Those behind the event at Samares School, say it's important to see such a high calibre of karate in Jersey, as Louisa Pilbeam found out.
Click here to view the video
NAKMAS introduces NAKMAS Welfare Officer Facebook Group
We have created a new Facebook NAKMAS Welfare Officers' Closed Group. This has been developed specifically for all NAKMAS registered Welfare Officers and will allow them to access welfare documentation and Disclosure and Barring Service news. It will keep you updated with the very latest welfare and child protection news and allow group discussion on important topics and sensitive information.
All Welfare officers’ can request access to the group by following the link:
(Facebook login is required)