Louth martial arts academy invests in new scholar

James Breakspeare welcomes Will King to his scholarship. Photo: Ian Holmes
James Breakspeare welcomes Will King to his scholarship. Photo: Ian Holmes
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The ongoing economic doom and gloom doesn’t seem to have affected the a Louth martial arts and leadership academy who have just taken on their first apprentice.

Martial arts instructor James Breakspeare, of Function First Louth on the Station Estate, has handed a scholarship to 14-year-old Will King from Grimsby.

“As a full-time martial arts instructor you often see young people with massive potential, helping to do something with that potential is one of the things to me being a martial arts instructor is about,” said Ja,es.

Wills comes to Louth every Saturday and work with James, helping instruct children’s martial arts and leadership classes while learning marketing and business.

When Will turns 16 he will start working for James full-time whilst studying and has dreams of becoming a nutritionist.

“I am very proud to have Will on board and I can’t wait to see what the future brings,” James added.

For more details call James on 07742614922 or visit www.louth-martial-arts.co.uk.