Lessons And Membership
All sessions are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Youth Session 6.00pm-7.30pm £35 per month
Advanced and Adult Session 7.30pm-9.30pm
Students pay £45 per month
Non students pay £55 per month
Guest fee (cannot take advantage of members Monday lesson)
Every session will include warm up and footwork exercises and if availability of coaches group sessions will happen.
Lessons will be 20 mins long and cost £10 each. Discount for block booking of 9 with 10th free. (£90 for 10 lessons) Lessons to be ‘pre booked’ must be booked at least the day before. If you cannot attend a booking that you have booked please notify us two days before so we can try and allocate the slot to someone else and your booking will be moved. If you do not notify Stuart of a postponement of a lesson and do not turn up you will lose that lesson.
Must be a monthly member to gain access to the lessons at these prices. You can become a member by paying monthly by standing order.
‘One off Lessons’ are pre booked and can happen with any of the coaches whenever you want so long as times are available. So you can ‘scatter’ your lessons to have quality time with a different coach to gain different ideas and techniques, taking up to 3 lessons at random per week if you want. Limited to one per night.
Booking will be in advance.
Non-members cannot book in advance and have to pay the ad-hoc/on the night price of £15. Members that do not book in advance and then turn up and want a lesson must pay the ad-hoc price. Also Availability applies.
Very soon we will have a member’s page on the Marshall Fencing webpage, you will gain a user name and password only if you pay monthly subscription. On this member page will be an online booking and paying system. On this members page you will have access to a competition schedule, training ideas, nutritional information, Results and S+C plans.
Club times will remain the same.
Warm up and footwork will start at 6.00pm for youths and 7.30pm for advanced and adults, unless you have a lesson booked then I suggest arrive 10 minutes early to warm up to prevent injury.
Any question please do not hesitate to ask