Patchway Judo club
prides itself on being a family club.
The club provides
the opportunity for young people and adults to make new friends
and keep active in a fun and safe environment. Best of all,
family & friends of judo players are welcome to take part
in all of the club activities & events.
The club was only
the second in the whole of the South West to achieve Silver
One of the secrets
of our success is that the coaches have come through the club
as players over the years; all are volunteers. The club is run by amazing volunteers, many of who have won local and national awards for volunteering! Volunteering is encouraged throughout the club.
Our club aim is to help young people
& adults to learn judo, build self confidence, self esteem
& improve co-ordination and ultimately be the "best
they can be".
The club started in 1967 two years after its home, youth centre was opened in 1965. Our 50th Anniversary is fast approaching - watch this space for details of 2017 celebrations!
Patchway Judo club
is committed to helping children and adults reach their full potential,
whether they are competitive or recreational players, whatever
their ability; ultimately, to become happy confident
Professor Jigoro Kano,
the founder of Judo said, "Judo is a teaching
for life itself and with it we learn to overcome the pitfalls
and obstacles of everyday living" and his words
still ring true. A man of great vision, Kano summed up Judo
by saying "it is the way to most efficiently use
one's mental and physical strength. By training, one should
discipline and cultivate the body and spirit through the practice
of techniques of offence and defence, thereby to master the
essence of Judo. And, by these means, it is the ultimate goal
of Judo to build oneself up to perfection and thereby benefit
|Club Headline News
Patchway on the radio... 29 November 2016
Players from Patchway were invited on the BCFM 93.2 to talk about theirs and the club's acheivements.
Mollie, Finley Alison and Holly with Maggys and Nick
Bristol Ne Waza Competition, 27 November 2016
Mark, Steve, Luke, Sasha, Nick & Alex.
On Sunday 6 of our senior players took part in the Bristol Ne Waza competition at Yate Star Judo Club. Sasha retained her Bristol Women’s Champion title with ease. A special well done to Nick taking to the matt in his first competition for a few years….
Gloucester Open 19 November 2016
Full house of medals for Team Patchway at the Gloucester open, Gold medal for Holly, winnng 3 fights, players of much higher grades. Bronzes for Liam and Patrick, it was Patricks first U16 competition, dealing with a change of rules! Well done all and thank you to coah Chris for supporting them.
Yate inter club 6 November 2016
Well done to everyone who took part in the Yate interclub - YES we did it again, we've ended the year as Interclub champions!
Gold medals for Issy, Holly, James & Stan (it was the boys first competition) Bronze medals for Molly, Ollie T & Michael. .
Western Area teams 16 October
Well done to the two Bristol teams who fought at the Western Area Teams competition in Weston Super Mare on Sunday.
Alex and Fin were in the Senior men team who won Gold and Isabelle and Patrick were in the juniour team who got Bronze.
Sept 24 - New Star Interclub
Smallest squad we've sent to an interclub all year, they still managed to come a close second for the interclub shield. Only fair we let another club have a turn! That was with out any under 8's.
Golds for Issy and Holly,
Silver for Joe
Bronzes for Duan and Michael.
Next inter clun Sunday 6th November at Yate - see we need everyone out to win back the shield!
Inter club 9th July
We did it again! Our minis and judo players were out in force for our latest Inter club under training session and over 8 Inter club competition! Great performances from all!
HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who took part and to everyone who made the event possible! Next Inter club Saturday 24th September at New Star.
Western Area Closed May 2016
Well done to our 4 Western Area Champions, Josie, Henry, Patrick & Jayden
Two silver medalists Emily & Isabelle,
Bronze medallist Mack & 5th place Arthur.
Patchway inter club 23rd April
Club wins inter club trophy for the 4th time with a staggering 84 points!
Well done to all the players who took part and a big thank you to everyone who helped on the day.
We need to defend the trophy in Yate on 12th June.
Our next inter club is 9th July.
Devon mini mon 10 April
Well done to our players who went to the Devon Mini mon,
Gold Medals to Isabelle & Emily
Silver Medal to Arthur
Bronze Medals to Mack & Jayden
New Star seamills inter club
Joe C Bronze
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Details of Competitions are below and on the newsletter. A list of competitions which are suitable for each player is posted on the club Notice board. This is agreed by the Coaching team. Please ask one of the coaches if the competition is appropriate for you / your child before you enter. The club will do entries for inter clubs - we ask parents players to enter themsevles for bigger competitions - any problems let Alison know who can enter players on request.
|Sunday 22nd January 2017
||Western Area Regional British school event - Hutton Moor LC, Weston-Super-Mare
|Saturday 17th December
||Christmas Party 10am-1pm
|Saturday 15th July 2017
||50th Anniversary - save the date - more details to follow
Judo Club map
Centre, Coniston Rd,
Bristol, BS34 5JR
||6:15 - 7:30 pm
||Age 7+Up to Orange Belt
|Youth & Senior
||7:30 - 8:45 pm
||14 yrs+ OR Green Belt and above
9.15 - 10.15 am
|from 5 yrs to 8 yrs
||10.15 -11.30 am
|| from 7 yrs - 15yrs
|Youth & Senior
11.30 -1:00 pm
|14yrs + & Adult
Cost: £3 U18 (inc
Students in FTE)
Over 18 per session - non members
We accept - Sportspound vouchers - new initiative from South glos council
email@example.com (07974 105179)
Facebook page @patchwayjudobristol
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Patchway parents forum meeting every quarter.
always welcomes ideas.
If you would like a display at your
school fayre or a lesson in your School Sports Week speak to Emma
or email Alison - NB. Schools normally plan at least 6 months in
Bristol County Training
Also see Team Bristol Page for details