British Combat Karate Association

British Combat Karate AssociationLee Taylor Karate is registered and recognised through the British Combat Karate Association.
 
After 17 successful years of service to the self defence and mixed martial arts community through the British Combat Association (BCA), Peter Consterdine 9th Dan and Geoff Thompson 7th Dan have launched a new Association to cater specifically for the interests of the UK Karateka – the British Combat Karate Association (BCKA), which will provide a ‘home’ for the traditional (all styles), freestyle, sports and the more ‘combat’ (jutsu) oriented club or group. Although there are many ‘all-styles’ organizations in the UK, few, if any, have our breadth of experience across the permutations of the karate arena and Geoff and Peter have already proved this with what was a groundbreaking organisation, the British Combat Association.
  

British Combat Association.

BCABeing registered and recognised with the BCKA, Lee Taylor Karate is also recognised through it’s parent association the British Combat Association, the UK’s premier multi-style martial arts organisation for the past 19years.  The BCA has achieved a worldwide reputation as the organisation that has the innate depth about both the relevance and practise of quality martial arts. This allows Lee Taylor Karate to deliver a full, modern and exciting programme ensuring all students have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience.


 

World Combat Association

WCAEncompassing the BCKA & BCA is the World Combat Association. Lee Taylor is recognised as an Instructor with the WCA and so is Lee Taylor Karate as a group. The Lee Taylor Karate syllabus was the first to be recognised and certified by the WCA.
 
Overseen by Peter & Geoff the WCA is lead by Iain Abernethy (WCA Chief International Coach) who has extensive international experience with his renowned seminars. The WCA offers a range of services providing a superb resource for traditional martial artists wishing to expand the practical boundaries of their art.