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Welcome to Scottish Fencing

Scottish Fencing is the National Governing Body for the Olympic sport of fencing. 

Check out our news pages for information on team selections, appointments and opportunities to volunteer.

About Scottish Fencing

Mission: To foster, encourage, promote and develop the sport of Fencing in Scotland, at all levels.

Scottish Fencing is the governing body for the sport of fencing in Scotland.

It has responsibility for domestic fencing in Scotland and for international fencing where Scotland competes as a separate nation (eg. the Commonwealth Fencing Championships). Responsibility for international fencing where Britain competes as a nation rests with British Fencing.

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Chairpersons Update - An update on all SF activity from Chairperson George Liston

Chair’s Update

I have been asked for information about what the Board has been doing.  Whilst minutes of Board Meetings are published on the Scottish Fencing website, the following summary of recent activity may prove informative.

Alex Pearson leaves Scottish Fencing

Scottish Fencing says goodbye today to Alex Pearson as he leaves the role of Club Development Officer after 7 months.

Alex was pivotal in many areas during his time particularly around developing robust management information alongside building strong relationships with clubs embarking on their own Development journeys.

Vincent Bryson, Scottish Fencing Chief Operating Officer was clear in his praise of Alex’s contribution.

#ThisGirlFences - International Women's Day

To mark International Women's Day (8th March) Scottish Fencing are delighted to announce the launch of a new digital campaign ...

#ThisGirlFences

From 1st April 2018 Scottish Fencing will be featuring regular articles on-line about women and girls involved in Fencing, our Social Media volunteer Sarah-Jane Hampson will be leading this exciting new project.

2108 AGM

A big thank you to all who attended the recent AGM on the 24 February 2018.

A copy of the minute is here

You can see pictures of the award winners on the Scottish Fencing Facebook page

 

 

2017 - Andy Alderman Leaves Scottish Fencing

Scottish Fencing is today announcing the departure of Andy Alderman from the role of Club Development Officer.

Andy leaves on 30 November having joined the Scottish Fencing staff in April 2016.  Andy is of course a well known personality in the Scottish Fencing community, thanks to his tireless work on the coaching and high performance side over several years.

UPDATED - Board of Directors contact details

We have made some IT changes here at Scottish Fencing.  

Our files have now moved into a cloud server and at the same time we have changed our Board of Directors contact details.

Please check out the new contact details for our board in the Board section underneath "About" or alternatively click here.

 

Chief Operating Officer and Club Development Officer

The Board of Scottish Fencing is delighted to announce who is joining the Scottish Fencing staff team.

Vincent Bryson - known as “Vinny” -  will be Chief Operating Officer from the 29 August and Alex Pearson will be our second Club Development Officer from the 4 September.  Both are part-time roles.

Development Grants - 2016 update and launch of 17 – 18 programme

Scottish Fencing is pleased to highlight some of the great work carried out by member clubs with support from the grant scheme during 2016/17. Salle Ossian, Shetland Fencing Club, ActiFence and Aberdeen Fencing Club ran beginners courses and competitions for new fencers, resulting in over 70 new members joining Scottish Fencing.

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