We offer flexible training fees to accomodate all fencers requirements. Reduced rates are available when paying quarterly, or as part of our Fence For A £iver scheme (see below). Quarterly subs are due on 1 April, 1 July, 1 Oct, 1 Jan.
Concessions are also available for juniors (under 18) and full time students.
|Quarterly||Visitor (per session)||3 Counties guest (per session)|
|Senior £5 *|
Any existing club member who introduces a friend or family member to the club for a beginner's course will recieve a £10 discount on their next quarterly fees. (Speak to the a committe member if you are able to do this.)
* Fence for a £iver
For full members of the clubs listed below, we offer reciprochal concession fees. This means if you can't fence at your usual club in any week, you can visit one of the other clubs and only have to pay the reduced fee of £5 as a guest.
Regular training is the key to development and our highly experienced coaching tream focusses on core skills that benefit fencers in the salle, at competition and in day to day life.
- Improving physical finess
- Boosting stamina
- Increasing co-ordination
- Enhancing mental agility
- Developing tactical awareness
Our training schedule covers all aspects of our fencers' development.
Focussed training evenings feature dedicated pistes for the respective weapons, with competition nights every month.
For those with an interest in competative fencing SAFC is proud to run the 3 Counties League, and an informal ladder league runs on training nights throughout the year.
We also hold regular social events to welcome beginners and build long lasting friendships within the fencing community.
The club is staffed by a dedicated team of voluneers, and committee members are on hand at every training night to ensure the smooth running of the club.
The committee is made up of three elected officials Chair, Treasurer and Secretary, who are supported in co-opted positions by the Welfare officer, Social secretary, Team captain, Members liason officer, and Armourer.
Committee meetings are held monthly to discuss the running of the club and organise events. Regular club members are welcome to attend these meetings and are encouraged to attend the AGM, at which club officers stand for election and the more significant club decisions are voted on.