• members account sign-in link
  • Link to Goju Ryu kata video library: Effective Traditional Karate
  • Sensei Linda Marchant
  • Sensei Andre Leister
  • Sensei Ernie Molyneux (EGKA Chief Instructor)
  • Warm-up exercises
  • Sensei Peter Galer
  • Sensei Debbie Bussell
  • Sensei Felix Nelson and Sensei Roy Flatt
  • Bournemouth EGKA Summer Black Belt Grading

Hanwell Seminar Sunday 14th November 2021

Sensei Nigel Thomas is pleased to invite all EGKA members to a one day seminar led by special guest instructor Sensei Linda Marchant and assisted by Sensei Nigel. The seminar will be held for training in person and via online Zoom.


Hanwell Community Centre (HCC)
Westcott Crescent
London, W7 1PD

Sunday 14th November 2021:

Adult/Cadets: 11:00 - 15:00


In Person: Adults £15 / Juniors £10
Via Zoom: £15 (£10 if paid before 1st November 2021)


EGKA/IOGKF dojo instructors (who bring 3 or more students along with them) who attend in person train for free.
IOGKF 5th Dan and above who join us on the dat train for free.


There are no cafe facilities on site. It is advisable that you bring your own food and drink refreshments. There are a few shops close to the venue including a Co-op store.


Venue parking is available.
Note: Hanwell Community Centre is outside the updated London ULEZ zone.
HCC is a historic building, completed in the mid-19th Century. Its purpose and role has changed over the years from a poor school and workhouse to, at one time, the home of entertainer Charlie Chaplin. During the 1960s, rock band, The Who played there. It is now run by Ealing Council and is home to several small businesses and martial arts clubs, including, Judo and Kung-Fu as well as a boxing club. There is a free car park available for 50 vehicles at the front of the building, as well as unrestricted street parking around the entrance area.


HCC is easily accessed from the A40 Western Avenue it can also be reached via rail on Saturday. The nearest railway station is Castle Bar Park (W7 1BA) which connects to London Paddington (No Sunday service). The E1 and E11 buses run to and from Ealing Broadway tube station (Central Line).


There are lots of hotels close to the venue including a Travelodge, http://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/500/London-Ealing-hotel. You can also search for affordable accommodation on: http://www.budgetplaces.com.

Please make sure you have a current EGKA membership to attend the gasshuku:

To renew your expired membership, please click here.