Remembering Squadron Leader Tommy Pinkham, Royal Air Force
"Never was so much owed by so many to so few"
Winston Churchill-August 20, 1940
This story doesn’t really have much to do with fencing, but I want to share it with you anyway.
It was in 2006, I’d flown to London for work. I was staying with Barry Paul and his wife Joan, who live near the Brent Reservoir in Wembley. Barry is Leon Paul’s grandson and now owns the Leon Paul Fencing Equipment Company. In his day, Barry was a 5 time National F...
What’s Your Game?
Varying motivations bring people to HEMA. Understanding these can help you attract and retain training partners by by ensuring that everyone’s needs are met.
A while back, I suggested giving The Inner Game of Tennis a read. One lesson from it that I touched on was the idea of different motivations and goals in playing tennis. Or, in our case, in historical fencing. Gallwey calls these “Games People Play”, and gives four main types, each wit...
How wireless fencing technology works.
I have spent the last few months listening to my brother, Alex Paul, talk about wireless technology. In that time I have learnt many new words like Farad (F). A Farad is a unit of capacitance. Capacitance is an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together….
The Future of wireless sword fencing
Ok, so now I am just quoting Star Wars and to be honest when my brother starts talki...
Leon Paul Survey Results
Back in August, we sent out our 2016 market research survey to over 30,000 English speaking people around the world to enable us to better understand who our customers are and what they expect from Leon Paul.
To any business customer feedback is invaluable, but this is especially true in the highly specific world of fencing and fencing equipment. We thought it would be good to share some of the data with you. Below are some of the results fro...