Following the announcement of the government’s latest roadmap out of COVID restrictions in England, it looks like we might be able to hold sessions from mid-May onwards. Of course, this is subject to relaxation of the current rules, and the number of cases continuing to reduce. British Fencing has posted their understanding of the current […]
We are not holding club sessions on account of the high COVID transmission rate in Oxford. It is the club’s ambition to offer training sessions for under-18s and fitness/footwork sessions for over-18s in the new year, once the COVID alert level is reduced. Whilst Oxford remains in Tier 3 or higher, we don’t plan to […]
It looks like we will not be able to offer fencing sessions in November because of the new lockdown rules that were announced by the prime minister on 31st October and which will be applied from 5th November. It had been our hope to be able to offer something for junior members whilst Oxford was […]
We held our first ‘proper’ Tuesday club session on 1st September. Whilst it was less-busy than we’d normally see on a regular Tuesday night, 6 fencers (one bubble) arrived to train. I’m posting this update to let you know how we got on and what we think of the various new rules.
Club sessions have changed a little bit from what you may be used to. You must book a space at a session before you leave home, and complete the health questions for everyone (including parents/volunteers) who will be entering the school site. If there are no tickets available, then please do not come. Everyone in […]