Search
  • Joshua Smith

JAGS Property Group - November Newsletter

Updated: Nov 28



Property of the Month:

Pine Avenue, Gravesend


A Beautiful Extended Art-Deco Style Four-Bedroom Detached Home In Pine Avenue, Gravesend, With Off-Road Parking For Two Cars, A Garage And Impressive Roof Terrace With Amazing Panoramic Views Of Gravesend And The River Thames.


£700,000


 


Business of the Month: Star Kickboxing





Star Kickboxing/Star A.B.C.is a family run club, established and instructed by Paul Haworth along with his father Leigh, who both hold 5th Dan black belts in kickboxing.

Josh has recently spent a lot of time at the club, training for a charity white-collar boxing match, which he won and subsequently raised £850 for Windom Hospice. He particularly enjoyed the atmosphere and would highly recommend men, women and children to go along.


Paul and Leigh's love of martial arts started when Paul attended a local Karate Group at the age of 6. He was a blackbelt by the age of 13. Dad Leigh soon got involved and ended up becoming an instructor.


The bug had well and truly kicked in and that’s when they decided to start their own business, holding kickboxing training classes at Riverview Scout Hut. These classes were very popular, so they soon outgrew the premises and in 2005, moved into their current venue. The family-run club also includes Paul’s daughter Georgia, who does personal training. The friendly atmosphere gives people the opportunity to learn martial arts and achieve high fitness levels.


The club runs a variety of classes for all ages and levels including a ladies only kickboxing class for beginners upwards.


Star Kickboxing has achieved 16 World Titles through students of various ages, who all began with Star as novices, as well as many other regional, national and international titles. However, students do not need to want to compete to enjoy training with them.

The club has has gone from strength to strength and started attracting boxing students. Star Amateur Boxing Club was created in 2017 to focus specifically on their needs. Star A.B.C. is affiliated with the Amateur Boxing Alliance (ABA) and students regularly compete in fights at a regional and national level. Star A.B.C. students also compete in “white-collar” boxing and the Great Britain Boxing Union (GBBU) league. Boxing.


Please get in touch with Paul or Leigh for more information.


Phone: 07921 779852


Location: Unit 9, Apex Business Park, Queens Farm Road, Gravesend, United Kingdom, DA12 3HU




 

Sponsor Update:

Gravesend Rugby Club



This month the Rugby Club are supporting the Medway Street Angels.

Please contact club for further details.


 

Local Events:

Firework Displays




The official Gravesend firework display will take place on Thursday 3 November at Gravesend Promenade Riverside Leisure Area.


Fireworks will start at 7pm and there will be music from 6pm. The fireworks will be set off from a barge on the Thames creating a show of light and colour over the water.

This is a free event to attend and is wheelchair accessible. Smith Funfair will be there from 4pm until 10pm.


Parking will be limited for this event due to its popularity so please be considerate of local residents and travel by public transport or on foot if you’re able to. There is free parking in our council car parks after 6pm, including Parrock Street car park, which is a short walk to the Prom.


 


Utility Warehouse:

We are now working with Utility Warehouse which gets all your home services, including gas, electricity, broadband, mobile and home insurance from one company, this helps you save time and money.

Please contact us for more information.




We also cover London to Medway for sales and rentals.



23 views0 comments