Come and Learn Taekwondo at Beccles Taekwondo – 1st Lesson Free!


 Always wanted to learn a martial art?

It’s never too late… Come and Try Taekwon-do at

Beccles Taekwondo Club and bring the children,

we will teach you all at the same time!!

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Call Nigel and Susan Bedingfield on 01986 895204 

or email:

Hopefully see you there… Susie & Nidge

Susan and Nigel Bedingfield Instructors Beccles Taekwondo

Global Taekwon-do United Kingdom, Unified ITF, Taekwon-do International, BTC


Taekwondo is a great family sport,
where mums and dads can learn alongside their children.

Worlingham Fete Taekwondo Demonstration & Tug of War Victory


Special thanks to all those Beccles Taekwondo students who helped at the Worlingham Fete Taekwondo demonstration, and for showing great commitment to promoting Taekwon-do and our Beccles club!

Taekwondo Demonstration

You guys performed brilliantly, and looked and sounded really powerful, made quite an impression on those who watched!


And well done for winning the Tug of War competition, even the crowd were cheering ‘Taekwondo! Taekwondo!’

taekwondo instructors

Two very proud Taekwon-do instructors 😉

Local press report:

Still a winning combination

Beccles Taekwondo Instructors Susie and Nidge Bedingfield are still proving to be a winning combination, both having won multiple British titles in their sport in recent years have now guided their Students to a Tug of War Victory at the annual Worlingham Fete 😉

The Tug of War took place after the Taekwondo students had very successfully entertained the crowd with a powerful demonstration of their martial art, showing their destructive techniques, punching, kicking, patterns, sparring and board breaking.

Many of these students from the Beccles club have won National titles for their sport during the last year.

The Beccles Taekwondo Club have just launched a new Tiger logo to celebrate their 3rd year in Beccles. The new Tiger is called ‘TIKWON’, and has been designed by Instructor Nidge Bedingfield who is the graphic designer for imajaz limited.

If you are interested in having a go at Taekwondo please visit the Beccles Taekwondo web site B-TKD.UK for more information, or just turn up on a Monday or Thursday evening 7-8.30pm at The Venue, Ringsfield Road, Beccles, you will be made very welcome.

We teach the young and the not so young, so ‘Old Tigers’ are always welcome to have a go.

IMPORTANT: DOJANG NEWS we are back in the ‘Activity Room’ for all Lessons




We are back in the

‘Activity Room’

for all Lessons

(V5 room was too small)

The Venue
(Beccles Sports Centre)

Monday and Thursday

7.00pm to 8.30pm

Next grading is on 4th of October!

If you’ve not been for a while it’s time for some serious training starting next week!

Other NEWS:

We have put up a link to some brilliant Taekwondo Training Videos, take a look, the link is in the menus too: B-TKD Video

Also added a link to the Taekwondo Encyclopaedia, again also in the menus: TKD Encyclopedia

 Having revamped the website for easier viewing, we have added a New Shortened Web Address


for easier promotion.

The old address still works too!

 New Club T-Shirts available

Now sporting our new shortened web address, many variations on colours too!

tikwon t-shirt

Top award for Mr Gillett – Active Waveney Sports Awards 2015


Active Waveney Sports Awards 2015

Long Service Award – Clinton Gillett (martial arts)

Eight trophies were presented at the 18th annual Active Waveney Sports Awards held at Rookery Park Golf Club, in Carlton Colville and Clinton Gillett was delighted to be amongst those receiving an award.

Leading sportsmen and sportswomen, clubs and volunteers were all singled out at the event, organised by Waveney District Council and supported by Sentinel Leisure Trust, the Active Waveney Sports Partnership, Waveney Sportsability and The Journal.

Giving the opening speech, Lowestoft mayor Stephen Ardley said: “Once again this was another difficult year for the judging panel, with a number of very worthy entries.  “Congratulations to all of our winners this evening. It’s important not to forget the huge numbers of coaches, teachers and parents who make successes like these possible.”

The presentation of awards was made by Lowestoft Rising change manager Phil Aves, with the trophies handed out by Mr Ardley and fellow judges Michael Ladd, Waveney district councillor, John Pawsey, from the Active Waveney Sports Partnership, and Waveney Sportsability chairman Rachel Baylis.

The winners will all be automatically entered into the Suffolk Sport Awards later this year.  Mr Aves said: “I just think when we hear about the talent we have got here in Waveney, and the success that these winners are having, it is amazing.  “The awards have shown appreciation for these successes, highlighting how they have done a great job in these sports.


Long Service Award – Clinton Gillett (martial arts)

Clinton’s passion for sporting activity started as a result of his Perthes Disease, which meant that from the age of four until he was about eight he could not walk and was in callipers, plaster casts and a wheelchair.

Despite this start, he achieved his first black belt in Karate aged 16 and won several national trophies, also representing his school in rugby, football, badminton and cricket. 

He won a silver medal in the 2000 World Taekwondo Championships held in Italy and continues to participate as a veteran recently winning Gold and Bronze at the UITF British Open.  

He has just gained his 5th Degree and to date has brought up 31 black belts, 2 of which now run Beccles Taekwondo Club. 

Clinton has been training and competing for 31 years alongside running a hugely successful community club at Bungay High School for the last 12 years.

Clinton took along Liam and Christian Everett to do a demonstration at the presentation which organisers and spectators said was the best they have had in the 18 years of the awards, it was great to see that press coverage in all the local papers focused on photos of the display which included; patterns, destruction, sparring and self-defence.

Beccles Taekwondo in the community!

It’s been a busy week:

BOB dressed for the occasion as usual! Beccles Taekwon-do Club

Monday: Big group of students turn out at Beccles Taekwondo Club session in the evening, with new people having a come and try session.

Ringsfield‬ Primary School

Tuesday morning: equipment at the ready, before what was two fantastic introductory sessions of Taekwondo‬ at Ringsfield‬ Primary School. Nice to see some of our existing students too, looking well proud in their doboks :)

Beccles Free School taekwondo lessons
Beccles‬ Free School

Wednesday afternoon: Last of our Taekwondo enrichment sessions at Beccles‬ Free School for this year, and we look forward to seeing some of the students at our Beccles Taekwondo‬ Club to continue their training on a Monday or Thursday evening, very soon 😉

Brampton ‬Primary School

Thursday Morning: Another day another taster session… This time we were at Brampton Primary School, and two more fantastic introductory sessions of Taekwondo delivered to over 50 children.

red red-to-black-tag

Thursday Evening: and we are back at the Beccles Taekwondo Club sessions again, and not only with more new members coming to have a go, but we now have a sea of red and black tag belted students to teach…great feeling.

GTUK Beccles Taekwondo‬