Épée Improver Fencing Course

Wimbledon Fencing Club épée improver fencing course will be run by Iuliana Cocora, a former Romanian national fencing team member and European Championship title holder. Iuliana is also one of the épée Talent Coaches on the British Fencing Talent Pathway Programme.

The course will run over 6 consecutive weeks and is open to all (both non-members and members). Each session will start at 7:00 pm with a 30-minute intense group warm-up, followed by 45 minutes of épée group training. It will end with free play on the electric scoring boxes until 9:00pm.

Venue Junior Hall, Wimbledon High School, Mansel Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4AB
Dates Tue 4 Jun to Tue 9 Jul 2018 - APPLY NOW
Duration 6 weeks
Times Tuesday evenings from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm
Places 12 course participants only


  • Cheques must be payable to "Wimbledon Fencing Club".
  • Bank transfer payment details can be requested via our on-line query form.
Insurance Course participants must be members of the British Fencing Association for compulsory insurance cover.
Equipment Course participants must provide their own equipment, which must be in good working order.
  • Separate male and female toilets are available for changing
  • Course participants are advised bring their own drinking water
Transport Links
  • Wimbledon High School is approximately 10 min walk from Wimbledon Station (Main Line, District Line and Croydon Tramlink) and is served by a good network of bus routes
  • There is no on-site parking; there are a limited number of parking spaces in front of the school on Mansel Road

How to Apply ?

If you would like to enrol in this course, print, complete and return the following application form:

Payment and return details are provided on the form. For any further information, contact us via our on-line query form.

Space on the course is strictly limited to 12 places, so please apply soon to avoid disappointment.

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