Kent County Amateur Fencing Union

The aim of the Union is to develop and encourage fencing and to promote and conduct amateur fencing championships within the Administrative County of Kent, the Medway Towns Authority and the London Boroughs of Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich and Lewisham.
Membership shall be open to clubs and schools within the area which are affiliated to the British Fencing Association and to individuals resident within the area.

What is Fencing

Fencing is the sport of fighting with swords.  The most common version of fencing today also called olympic fencing or competitive fencing is divided into three weapon categories: foil sabre and épée.  Classical fencing uses the same three weapons but approaches fencing as a martial art.
Competitive fencing is one of five sports which has been featured at every one of the modern Olympic Games the other four being Athletics Cycling Swimming and Gymnastics.

Schools providing fencing         BFA-Affiliated Fencing clubs

School     Coach      Email     Telephone      
Bickley Park School Kate Morwell-Neave 0208 6508913
Bishop Challoner Manola Restivo  
Bromley High School For Girls Kate Morwell-Neave  
Benenden School Kate Morwell-Neave  
Kings School Canterbury Jamie Miller
Kings Junior School Canterbury Jamie Miller
Kings School Rochester Peter Huggins  
Newstead Wood School Kate Morwell-Neave  
St Faiths at Ash 01304 813409
Sandwich Junior School Kate Morwell-Neave  
Saint Ronans School Hawkhurst
Sabre Club open to all Sabreurs Fridays 17:30 - 19:30
Kornell Kossuth 07804 966636
Tonbridge School Kate Morwell-Neave 01732 365555
Warden House Deal Kate Morwell-Neave 01304 375040
Wellesley House School Kate Morwell-Neave