Kenilworth Sword Fencing Club is returning to its usual venue on Monday 7th June 2021

Venue and times: John Atkinson Sports Centre, Myton School, Warwick CV34 6PJ. Mondays 19.00 - 21.00.

Please be reminded of the following.

  • Mondays are for existing fencers ONLY and NOT beginners. Numbers will still be limited.
  • DO NOT ATTEND if you feel unwell, have a high temperature, persistent dry cough, loss of taste or smell, etc.
  • Parents MUST contact Peter ( first before fencers attend Monday sessions. This does not apply if you have already been fencing on Friday between 23rd April and 21st May inclusive.
  • All sessions will be run in accordance with Government and British Fencing guidelines.

Kenilworth Sword Fencing Club Children’s Beginners Course starting Friday 11th June 2021.

We are delighted to be able announce our first child beginners’ sessions of 2021. These sessions are suitable for school age children aged 8 years upwards.

Dates: Friday 11th June to Friday 16th July inclusive (six weeks)

Venue: Castle Farm Recreation Centre, Fishponds Road, Kenilworth CV8 1EY

Times: 19.00 to 20.15

Cost: £50 per child, payable at the beginning of the first session. All equipment provided.

Booking: to reserve a place please contact Peter Cormack at All that we require initially is the name and age of your child. We will then confirm your booking and send out further details.

Please note due to the current covid restrictions, numbers are limited for these sessions. Places will be allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis.

About Us

Kenilworth Sword Fencing Club is a club for junior fencers from age 8 upwards.

Regular training sessions are on Monday evenings at John Atkinson Sports Centre, Myton School, Warwick, from 7-9pm.

In addition, we run:

  • Beginners courses several times a year.
  • Additional training sessions for those competing.
  • One to one coaching available on request.
  • Achievement Award schemes for club members.

For more information email

Our goals

The club was started in 2000 with the goal of introducing young people to the fantastic modern Olympic sport of fencing.

We believe that:

  • Participating in fencing should be safe, challenging and fun.
  • Members should have the same opportunities regardless of age, gender or ability.
  • Competing at an appropriate level should be encouraged as a positive way to develop individuals.

We have a proud history of competitive involvement at local, national and international competition. Some notable results have included regional age group champions, individual & team National Championship winners and medallists and European Cadet Circuit medals. Members have represented Great Britain at World Cup level, European & World Championships.


£28per month

Annual membership

  • Class lessons
  • Individual lessons
  • Competition preparation
  • Insurance

£10per session

Visitors membership

  • Class lessons
  • Individual lessons
  • Competition preparation
  • Insurance

Competitions / Events

Recommended events

Competing is an important way to develop as a fencer, but it is sometimes difficult to know which competitions are appropriate to age and ability. We recommend these age group fixtures for those new to competitions:

If you have already done a few competitions like these, try:

Details of all regional and national events (younger age groups, U17, U20 and Senior) can be found respectively at:

Basic advice:

  • Competitions are always weapon and age specific so check entry details online.
  • Always enter competitions as far in advance as possible as most have an entry limit and a late entry fee.
  • Ensure you have the correct equipment for the level of competition.

For more information email