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LATEST NEWS - UPDATED: 21 MAY 2015

NAKMAS statement:

Paul Drury 8th Dan of the Drury's Martial Arts

 

It has come to the attention that Paul Drury of the Drury's Martial Arts has been arrested for offences related to children.

 

The NAKMAS NGB would like to make it clear, for the avoidance of doubt, that Drury and his club are not members of the NAKMAS NGB. They used to be a member and membership ceased in February 2015.

 

Click here to read more about the arrest of Paul Drury.

NAKMAS National Management Committee higher black belt grade awards:

 

The NAKMAS National Management Committee is pleased to congratulate the following NAKMAS senior members on achieving their Committee awarded grade following audit and assessment:

 

Peter Shaw 7th Dan

Robert Angus 6th Dan

Andrew Drumgold 6th Dan

Mick Elcombe 6th Dan

Fitz Gordon 6th Dan

Graham Tomaszko 6th Dan

Kevin John 5th Dan

Paul Khan 4th Dan

Shabir Sameja 4th Dan

David Thomas 4th Dan

 

Very well done to all and very much deserved.

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NAKMAS Welfare Brief,

NAKMAS News Brief Dispatched

 

Both the NAKMAS Welfare News Brief and the NAKMAS News Brief have now been dispatched from the NAKMAS Head Office.

 

 

 

 

 

The Telegraph:

'Great scandal' of childhood obesity to be top NHS target

 

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has vowed to make tackling the "great scandal" of childhood obesity one of the main priorities of this Parliament.

 

Mr Hunt promised a national strategy to address Britain's spiralling weight problem as he pledged to do more to support GPs and reduce pressure on hospitals.

 

In a speech to health leaders in central London, the Health Secretary said he intended to continue with his priorities before the election - improvements to cancer care, dementia and hospitals safety - but also wanted to introduce the two new ones.

 

To read more click here

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