How many hours can we fit in a day? 30 hours after leaving home we haven’t been to bed yet – well I haven’t slept at all yet. The flight was heavily populated with Chinese grandparents who had taken their infant grandchildren on holiday.
It was a chilly but bright morning in Westminster where the 30 strong
FWC team of all ages assembled. In full club uniform and running
numbers firmly affixed to t-shirts with safety pins (Instructor Dave
had an emergency supply) we made our way to the Mall.
FWC will be entering the 11:15am mile event for Sport Relief. All students are encouraged to join their instructors, raise some money and spread the White Crane word! Click below to join the FWC team for this worthwhile event…Read More
In February 2012 Chief Instructor Dennis Ngo travelled to Egypt with the FWC Instructors for a week of intensive training and tuition (not to mention eating and snorkelling!) Catch up with their exploits each day in the camp blog.
Daily updates from the shores of the Red Sea!Read More
A student’s account!Read More
We had a 100% pass rate from the FWC 2011 graduates taking the ITEC Diploma in Anatomy and Physiology.
Daily updates in realtime straight from the desert!Read More
Full details of all Instructor gradings that took place in 2011Read More