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Martial Arts Classes

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What: Martial Arts Classes - Mondays
Devon Martial Arts is a local Martial Arts school specializing in Taekwon-Do, Kickboxing and Little Pumas 4-6 Years.

Regular classes running in Exeter and Newton Abbot.

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Where: Bowhill Primary School
When: Mondays
How Much: 2 Week Free Trial
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  1. Telephone: 07435 507698
  2. Event Link: Martial Arts Classes
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