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  1. ABA Boxing

    If you are interested in boxing, come and join us. Whether you are a novice or more experienced, we welcome everyone! 16+ and registered boxers.
    Whitefriars LaneSt MichaelsCoventryCV1 2DT
     024 7622 4975 024 7622 4975
  2. Aikido

    Aikido classes that teach great skill, also offer guidance and encouragement within all of their courses.
    Wyken Community CentreWestmorland RoadWykenCoventryCV2 5BP
     07790 013861 07790 013861

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