We are pleased to announce that the Cadet Winton event has returned to its traditional format of fencing over 2 days with an overnight stay for the fencers at Millfield School. It will take place over the weekend of 16/17 December, and Welsh Fencing have selected the following fencers for this event:
Welsh Fencing are pleased to announce that we have been informed that the Cadet and Junior Commonwealth Fencing Championships will be going ahead in 2024.
The venue is Christchurch, New Zealand and the event will be held between Friday 12th July and Friday 19th July. It is likely that we will need to arrive in Christchurch on Wednesday 10th July at the latest to ensure we are there in time for weapons control.
British Fencing (BF) announces that the 2024 Wheelchair Fencing World Cup will be hosted in Cardiff, Wales, in partnership with UK Sport and the Welsh Government, on the 11-14th January 2024.
BF is delighted to announce that the 2024 Wheelchair Fencing World Cup will be hosted in Cardiff, Wales. BF has been awarded this opportunity to host for the first time.
The January 2024 Cardiff event will be the final European-based qualification fixture ahead of the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games. Work is already underway to ensure a world-class experience is delivered for athletes from both the UK and the rest of the world.
We believe that the welfare of children and adults at risk is everyone’s responsibility, particularly when it comes to protecting children from abuse. Everyone in fencing – administrator, club official, coach, parent, friend, children themselves, everyone – can help. This section details the policies, procedures and documents for Welsh Fencing.
Anti-doping is an important part of all National Governing Body’s responsibility. British Fencing take a clear lead on many aspects, however, as the NGB here in Wales, there are some crucial actions that we ne need to take to ensure that all Welsh Fencers are aware of the responsibilities on them, and where information and support can be accessed.
WF are pleased to introduce the ADP Cymru - an Athlete Development Programme focussed on the needs of Welsh fencers. We want to create a fencing organisation that the people of Wales can be proud to represent, support and aspire to be part of; creating a group that exhibits the best standards of personal character but also excels in technical, physical and tactical competence. Follow the link for more details on this programme.
We have worked with a local supplier, Olorun Sports, to design a bespoke set of kit that reflects the Welsh national colours of green and red. The aim is to give all members a clearer identity as Welsh fencers.
teamo is a communications platform, used to support team selection and communication. The platform is app-based, and allows parents to register their children. It is fully GDPR-compliant and allows parents to see any comms and invitations directed to their children, and respond on their behalf. It reduces the need for emails, which are difficult to track, and often missed because they end up in Junk folders.
Are you eligible to fence for Wales? That's in here. As well as selection criteria across each of our age categories (Youth, Cadet, Junior, Senior and Veteran), and across each of the events types (Commonwealth, National and Regional).
Everything related to Corporate Governance. Here you will find our Articles, which define how we manage the business. You will also find all the AGM minutes since incorporation, plus details of the upcoming AGM.
The primary function of the Commonwealth Fencing Federation is to encourage the development of Fencing within Commonwealth countries and territories. Membership is open to national governing bodies of fencing in Commonwealth countries and territories. One of the CFF's key roles is to arrange for the regular staging of Commonwealth Fencing Championships. Events are run at Senior, Cadet & Junior, and Veteran age groups.