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Post  baggy on Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:23 am

i all bean reading all posts loads of good stuff from past my dad who was stuart bagshaw from chesterfield was one of the team who did the 1972 house in Bradford with Joe Dolbey from the same club, my dad run.first in poolsbrook and then in newbold chesterfield

i can rember as kid meeting phil on the worksop houses on kilton road in december 1980
my dad did not joint in on that accassion but can remember phil trying to talk my dad round as some members had not turned up.

unfortunately my dad passed away on wednesday 2/06/2010 after a long illness
if any body as any old photes or can remember my dad please get in touch

will post some old photos of my dads soon

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Post  kiddo on Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:43 am

Hi baggy, really sorry to hear your dad had passed away, I remember Stuart as he used to come over to Kiveton on a regular basis with Phil , he did many a grading at our club, sadly I never saw him again probably mid to the late 70s. Once again deepest sympathy to you and your family. Ken

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Post  Ninj on Sun Jun 06, 2010 4:28 am

Hi Baggy

So sorry to hear about your dad. Unfortunately I never met him but have heard about him and his association with the IBA.

My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Best wishes

Dave
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Post  josh johnson on Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:12 am

Dear Baggy,
So very sorry to hear about your Dad, my sincere condolences to you and your family.
I remember Stuart with fondness as he used to come up to the Wakefield Y.M.C.A. occassionally to teach at my Dojo and I would train with him at Chesterfield.
Please send me a photograph of him and I will include him on the "Absent Friends List" on the I.B.A. web site www.iba.eu.com
He will be remembered as one of the original Milners Marauders on the Memorial Course to be held in July at Worksop.
Best Regards and Kindest Wishes.
Josh.
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Post  baggy on Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:32 am

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hi josh find attached a picture of my dad Stuart Bagshaw on the right and Joe Dolbey in bradford after house was knocked down

yours
Glyn Bagshaw AKA baggy

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Post  josh johnson on Mon Jun 14, 2010 7:13 am

Dear Glyn,
Stuart has been added to the I.B.A. web site on the members page (Absent Friends)
Best Regards
Josh.
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Memories from Edgar Aukland

Post  AF on Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:18 am

Hi Everyone,

Sensei Josh received the following article from Edgar Aukland, and Edgar asked if it might be placed on both the IBA website and this forum.....
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GUINNESS BOOK of RECORDS, HUMAN ACHIEVEMENTS

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I recently came across the original 1973 edition of the Guinness Book of Records and became aware of the heading (HUMAN ACHIEVEMENTS) illustrating the record made by the late Professor Phil Milner 10th Dan and the karate team from the International Budo Association in 1972.

The Word Record event was sponsored by Yorkshire Calendar T.V. programme and went out on National T.V. programmes throughout the world, when fifteen International Budo karate enthusiasts from around country demolished a 6 room early Victorian house at Idle, Bradford, Yorkshire by head, foot and empty hand in 6 hours on 4th June 1972.


Edgar Auckland Professor 8th Dan Karate-Do Hanshi.

MBEng, MICM

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Oops!

Post  AF on Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:37 am

Sorry Guys,

Forgot to mention.... in the last post (on behalf of Edgar Aukland), Stuart is in the picture seated on the front row and to the left of the picture....

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