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The Government will shortly be launching a Business Restart Grant, designed to support businesses in reopening safely once Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted. Grants will be available from 1 April 2021 but you can submit applications in advance. Eligible businesses in the hospitality, accommodation, leisure, personal care and gym sectors may be entitled to a […]
British Judo will be hosting a number of webinars targeted at English clubs in April. Hosted by Joyce Heron and Colin McIver from the Sports team, the webinars are designed to outline British Judo guidelines on a safe return to judo for clubs and what they will be required to do to ensure a safe […]
Monday will see England move to Step One (B) of the Government Guidelines and as part of these progressions, it will mark some exciting milestones for members of English clubs. Members of English clubs will now start to be able to train outdoors, with U18s now permitted to begin contact training drills outside! We have […]
British Judo are offering up-and-coming Level One and Level Two Coaches the opportunity to complete their Technical Grading Level One course free of charge virtually in April and May. Led by Development Officer Dermot Heslop, these opportunities will allow coaches to grade players from Novice to Yellow Belt When: Thursday 15th April (FULL) & Thursday […]
The BBC have published an article on their website overnight regarding an allegation of bullying within the organisation. Athlete welfare is one of our highest priorities as an organisation and British Judo will fully investigate all issues reported to us. We are conducting a full independent investigation, in accordance with internal procedures, into the allegations […]