Sensei Peter Lakin, 5th Dan

Chief Instructor & Founder of British Combat Academy

Peter has trained in Martial Arts continuously for over 20 years and for the last 18 years he has been a principal training partner of Peter Consterdine, the Chairman and Co-Chief Instructor of the British Combat Association.

He set up the British Combat Academy approximately 8 years ago with the principles of both Peter Consterdine and the British Combat Association clearly in mind – that application of Martial Arts and self defence taught by people with real experience and achieved with hard, intensive, progressive training.

Instructors and heads of organisations from all over the UK regularly travel to train at the British Combat Academy, earning it a reputation as the place to train for anybody serious about the practical application of Martial Arts.

The British Combat Academy has built up a friendly, enthusiastic community and is open to all, regardless of age, ability, style or association. It is a world class kick boxing and fitness training facility. The club has grown in strength and popularity in the five years since it was established. This surge in member numbers has resulted in the BCA relocating to our now much larger and purpose built premises in Horbury Bridge.