About Karate Jutsu Kai Dunoon

Dunoon Karate Jutsu Kai was established in 1983 by Sensei Alan Kirk

Senior Instructor - Shihan Pam Horton 6th Dan

Instructor - Sempai Stuart Moss 1st Dan

Chairman - Sensei Alan Kirk 4th Dan

 

 

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We have Karate classes available for all ages and abilities in Dunoon

The first class is free, so why not come down and try it out?

All you need for your first class is sportswear and water. After the first class junior classes are £3.50 a session and adults £5.00 a session (discounts are available for siblings).

The following classes are held weekly.

Day Dojo Discipline Time Class Type
Monday Dunoon Karate 19 00 Junior and Cadet
Wednesday Dunoon Karate 19 00 Junior and Cadet

Our Instructors

Shihan Pam
Shihan Pam
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Sensei Alan
Sensei Alan
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Sempai Stuart
Sempai Stuart
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Contact Us

Location

Contact

Dunoon Dojo
Queen’s Hall
9 Argyll Street
Dunoon
PA23 7HH


01369 840217

ph@karatejutsu.dk

Dunoon Karate Jutsu Kai - Our History

Dunoon Karate Jutsu Kai was established in 1983 by Sensei Alan Kirk

Sensei Alan Kirk originally trained with the then Sensei Dowler and a young Kaicho Bernard Creton in the South of England and moved back to Scotland, with the guidance of Kaicho Creton he set up the Dunoon club.

Shihan Pam Horton 6th Dan started at the club in July 1984 and quickly, through hard work, moved up the ranks and in 1990 graded to 1st Dan and also took over the reins of the Dunoon club. In 1994 due to a local split, Sensei Alan came back out of retirement and has been Scottish chairman ever since, with Shihan Pam, who graded to 6th Dan in 2019, being the Senior Instructor for the Scottish Area.

Shihan Pam first went to the KJK summer camp in 1988 and been to every summer camp since. She has had many students compete at association tournaments, always coming away with “silver wear” including herself. Shihan Pam has also run the Associations Junior Camp held in Dunoon every year since the first camp was in 1991.