Surrey Fencing Blog
Wednesday, May 05, 2010
FW: Regional Road Show Meeting (Clubs Forum)

British Fencing’s National Development Manager Ben Campion, is holding the fourth meeting of a series of ‘Regional Road Shows’ in the South East in May.  These Road Shows are for those who have an interest in fencing in the South East and to discuss how British Fencing and England Fencing can assist fencing in the region.


With the advent of the National and Regional Academies, the fencing landscape will see some big changes over the coming years with the ambition to ‘Grow, Sustain and Excel’ and to achieve this will require greater collaboration with the fencing community.


The BF Road Show has been split into two sessions to enable focussed discussion with relevant partners.


Timetable – Friday 14th May 2010

Venue – Falmer House, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RH


1.30pm - 2.00pm – Arrival

2.00pm – 3.00pm– Regional fencing strategic partnership forum (fencing universities, Regional Committee, CSPs, CSNs)

3.00pm –3.30pm – Conclusions

3.30 – 4.30 – Break

4.30 – 5.30 – South East Clubs Forum

5.30 – 6.00pm – Wrap up


Refreshments will be available.


If there are any topics you wish to discuss and to confirm your attendance please contact Peter Huggins or Charlie Miller.



I would be grateful if you could update me as to who from which clubs plan to attend.


I also have attended the County Sport Partners contacts which I have details for (I have copied you in). However, I was appreciate if you could circulate the message above to Universities in the region that you think might want to attend.


Kind regards.



Charlie Miller   |  National Development Administrator
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