The Community Pages part of the website is designed to offer clubs the opportunity to advertise their activities more widely. It can be used for competitions, training camps or pretty much anything. The only proviso is that the Club must be affiliated to Welsh Fencing.
First of all, you will need to create the necessary article on your own website. We do not host the article - we will only link to it. That way you can easily keep it up to date and add any further documents yourself. To request that your article be published, you will need to send an email detailing the request to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a link to the article to be advertised. We will also need to know when to take the link down. Once we have received your request, we will review it and make a decision as to whether we will accept it or not.
Readers are asked to note that Welsh Fencing cannot accept responsibility for the quality, safe delivery or operation of any products advertised or mentioned in the Community Pages. Acceptance of advertisements does not imply any form of approval or recommendation. All requests are subject to the scrutiny of Welsh Fencing who reserves the right to refuse, amend, withdraw, or otherwise deal with articles submitted to it at its absolute discretion and without explanation.
The Celtic Challenge is a biennial event for veteran (over 40s) fencers, contesting all six weapons in an individual open tournament. There are competitions for both men and women, with one single age class: above 40 years of age.
This year, the Welsh Veterans’ Fencing Association will be hosting the event.
For full details, please follow the link to the dedicated website: http://www.celticchallenge.co.uk/