The Newcastle Fencing and Sports Trust is a collaboration between fencers, parents, supporters and the Head Coach of Newcastle Fencing Club, Iain Aberdeen.
The Trust offers fencing training for all levels and abilities of fencers including wheelchair fencing.
This exciting initiative has created a better training environment for both novice and experienced fencers. We provide more tailored training and an improved competitive environment for our young talented individuals, many of whom have achieved national and international squad representation.
We have recently opened our new permanent Fencing Centre. This was made possible through a tremendous fund-raising initiative, and will allow all our athletes to train and perform at the highest level.
The Centre is a permanent and fully accessible Fencing venue with excellent transport links, close to the centre of Newcastle.

News

  • commonwealthCommonwealth Selection for Newcastle Fencers

    Congratulations to Sarah Harvey and Millie Robson who have been selected to represent Scotland in Ladies Epee in the upcoming Fencing Junior Commonwealth Championships. These will be held in Newcastle in July 2018, click here for further details

  • DefaultImageSummer Camp - fencing and laser pistol

    We are pleased to announce that we are holding a fencing and laser pistol camp at the Newcastle Fencing Centre from August 13 -17 2018. Booking form – click to download: SUMMER CAMPS 2018 The camp is aimed primarily at competitive athletes who want to improve their technical and tactical ability in an intensive environment... View Article

  • DefaultImageBYC news

    Congratulations to Eve Aberdeen who retained her silver medal in the U10 BYC this weekend. In the qualifiers for U12 upwards, held at the Centre on Saturday the NFC results are as follow: U16 Boys EpeeĀ  Toby May (gold) U16 Girls Epee Poppy Chennells (gold), Millie Robson (silver) U14 Boys Epee Jonathan Dawson (silver), Ty... View Article