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Schola welcomes beginners in 2007!

Postby admin » 13 Dec 2006 17:54

The 2007 Tuesday night classes start on 9 January. All newcomers welcome!
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Postby the_last_alive » 13 Dec 2006 20:55

I'll endeavour to actually come along on the 9th then.
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Postby admin » 14 Dec 2006 00:08

Great!
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Postby sabby » 04 Aug 2007 17:51

do you break for summer at all?

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Postby admin » 04 Aug 2007 18:56

Hi Sabby, no we only break when one of the instructors is away. SG4 in Muswell Hill have a break this week I think and SG1 in Ealing had a one week break a couple of weeks ago. Which branch were you wanting to go to?
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Postby Harlequin » 04 Nov 2007 16:04

Hello all,

I am interested in coming along to see more. Due to work commitments it means that I will need to go to Muswell Hill on Monday nights.

I am interested in the longsword and did do a workshop in Australia about 18 months ago in the same.

I don't have any equipment as yet.

Would you be able to tell what the nearest rain/tube station to the training location might be?

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Postby scholadays » 05 Nov 2007 11:01

Harlequin wrote:I am interested in coming along to see more. Due to work commitments it means that I will need to go to Muswell Hill on Monday nights.

Great. You are very welcome.
Harlequin wrote:I don't have any equipment as yet.

Don't worry about that at all.
I'll provide what you need for the time being - although some gloves would be wise.
Harlequin wrote:Would you be able to tell what the nearest rain/tube station to the training location might be?

The nearest tube is Highgate - however, you'll need to take a bus down into Muswell Hill from there. The 43 or the 134 are just outside the station.

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