Wing Chun Kung Fu


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Tuesdays: 7:30pm - 10:00pm, D02 Teaching and Learning building (next to Hallward library)

Thursdays: 7:30pm - 10:00pm, D02 Teaching and Learning Building


Wing Chun Kung Fu

Wing Chun is a very unique and scientific martial art, a style of Kung Fu that originates from China and was later refined in Hong Kong. Wing Chun's specialty is in close contact combat, using quick punches and kicks with a tight defence, coordinated through agile stances and footwork for a quick advance. The effectiveness of Wing Chun is achieved by well coordinated attacks with simultaneous defence and vice versa. Due to its effectiveness this martial art makes for an effective form of self defence.

The style uses kicks, sweeps, palm strikes, punches, trapping and control techniques as part of its everyday fighting arsenal. It is one of the most popular and sought after martial arts in the world and its techniques can be seen in many action films including Sherlock Holmes and Bangkok Dangerous. It is used by many famous martial artists, including, most famously, Bruce Lee.

Joining Wing Chun

If you like what you've seen here, and want to join the club to get some experience of the most popular form of martial art in the world, then all you have to do is come along during the Welcome Fair and speak to us on the stall to get your barcode, or join up online by registering and adding our club to your basket.

There is no sports centre membership required to join our club or attend our classes.

Membership is £3 for the entire year, and we charge £4 per session (your first session is free!) We also do annual and term passes as discounted rates. 

All you need to do is head on down to one of our classes during the week on Tuesdays or Thursdays in the Teaching and Learning building (behind Hallward library) at, 7:30pm!


If you have had a look, but don't quite know about a certain aspect of the martial art, or have any general questions regarding the club, our members, classes, equipment or anything like that, don't hesitate to ask at the Facebook group or Twitter feed and we'll be happy to help you out. For further information please see our website at:

 Our social media - The Nottingham Wing Chun facebook group, check it out for news of classes, pictures of sessions, or just to stalk the members! - Our Twitter feed, with training updates, social news and general Wing Chun-related stuff. - Our instagram feed, for all our latest photos of the club.