Congratulations to Ideh and Stuart

We have two new recipients of bronze fencing awards - Ideh and Stuart. Congratulations to both of them for all their hard work to achieve this award.

Congratulations Gianna!

We are delighted that Gianna has received her bronze fencing award. Congratulations!

(July 2019)

Stone Fencing Club has moved!

From Wednesday 7 November 2018, we will be meeting at Meir Heath and Rough Close Village Hall. 

We are looking forward to fencing in our new venue and hope to see you there soon. Click on the Directions tab to find out how to get there.

Fencing Club music video

Stone Fencing Club has been featured in a video made by one of our members as part of their A level course work. The creator of the video, Amelia, received a distinction, so the examiners must have liked it!

Click on the YouTube link below to view the film.

Well done Amelia!

Join The 49'ers

Each month, the 49ers Club gives Stone Fencing the opportunity to raise funds for new equipment, coaching, etc. By paying £3.00 per month and picking a number between 1 and 49, members have a chance to win £49.00 if their number matches the bonus ball drawn on the first Saturday of every month. 
The winner of October's 49ers draw was Tracy Kennedy. Congratulations!
If you would like to join the 49ers Club, please contact Fred Powell.

Browsing Archive: August, 2012

Upcoming Competitions

Posted by Katey Goodwin on Wednesday, August 8, 2012, In : Competitions with other clubs 
Dates for your diary:

Saturday 22 - Sunday 23 September: Shropshire Open

Saturday 3 November: Shrewsbury School v Stone Fencing Club

Wednesday 7 November: Stone Fencing Club v Abbotsholme School

Thursday 22 November: Harper Adams University v Stone Fencing Club
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Stone Fencing Club on Radio Stoke

Posted by Katey Goodwin on Wednesday, August 8, 2012,
Oliver Banks and Katey Goodwin appeared on the BBC Radio Stoke Breakfast show on Tuesday 7 August to talk about fencing and to give a demonstration of the sport. The appearance was as part of their focus on 'minority' sports during the Olympics.

It wasn't a very long feature, but it was very enjoyable. You can listen again here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00w49g2


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