Sensei Anthony Wren
Sensei Anthony began his Karate learning in the early 80’s at British Karate-Jutsu Remnei Redhill Club trained by Sensei Bryan Dowler and then became a member of the British Traditional Karate Association, Washinkai Karate ,in 1994 under Sensei Chris Thompson 8th Dan.
He has gained valuable understanding and knowledge during this time and achieved many goals both personal and through the club. In his time he has represented the club in competitions in Kumite and Kata.
He became Senior Instructor at Redhill in 2006 and since taking over have trained numerous National Champions and the club have been winners of the Washinkai Cup 2009 and 2010, Winners of the Washinkai Trophy 2014.
He has put together a team of senior graded students, within the club, to assist with the development of the students and with the support from Sensei Roy Taylor 5th Dan have a club with very high standards, shown through competitions and gradings. He is a qualified TCB Karate Association grading instructor.
Karate is a big part of his life and he is very focused and devoted with the development of the students in the art of karate and self-defence, also with his own training to always improve his abilities and further increase his understanding.
In 2012 he was joint winner, with Mark, of the `Unsung Hero Award`in the Surrey Sports Awards 2012 recognising their achievements and successes in both competitions and with the students personal goals.
Sensei Mark Wren
Sensei Mark also began his Karate learning in the early 80's at British Karate-Jutsu Remnei Redhill Club trained by Sensei Bryan Dowler and he also joined the British Traditional Karate Association in 1994 with Sensei Anthony, He too has represented the association several times in competition both in Kumite (fighting) and Kata (patterns) and gained medals in both disciplines at club level and recently against the Army at their championships in Aldershot.
Sensei Mark now assists Sensei Anthony with the development of the students and as a qualified Personal Trainer has developed his own warm up session to improve the fitness and flexibility of the students.
He is also part of the successful Kumite coaching team for the TCB Karate group and joint winner of the `Unsung Hero Award `in the Surrey Sports Awards 2012
Sempei Henry Wren
Sempei Henry has been training since he was 6 years old he has gained knowledge and understanding and has proven his ability both in competitions, gradings and training. He has been on regional training camps for Kumite. Henry worked extremely hard his has gained his First aid at Work Certificate and in July 2014 becoming the youngest 1st Dan Black Belt in TCB Karate Redhill's history.
Henry is now the instructor for the Kinder Kickers class, He manages to combine an element of fun whilst teaching the students the art of Karate with great results. On 22nd January 2017 Henry successfully passed his 2nd Dan grading.