Latest Community Projects
Most of our community projects are FREE of charge. However some project offers may incur a charge to put on. Spaces are limited. Donations to our projects are welcome.
Fitness Zoom sessions exclusively for women Aged 25+.
Online Thai/Kick Boxing classes for all ages and all genders.
Muay Thai Fitness Zoom sessions exclusively for girls has now finished.
One 2 One Park Sessions
Ready to find out more? This project is currently finished, but will be back soon, so we plan our new dates and instructors. Keep checking the website for updates.
Welcome to Thai Boxing Community Centre
Our aim at the Thai Boxing Community Centre is to positively Serve the community by improving the health, fitness and self confidence of disadvantaged young people by giving them the opportunity to:
- Participate in small friendly class
- Work individually and as part of a team
- Set personal targets and reach goals
- Increase levels of physical activity and learn self defence
- Build self confidence and discipline Improve motivation
- Gain a greater understanding of health and concentration
As a charity we welcome and accept charitable donations of any amount. Help us to serve the community. Thank you for your support!
£7000 to help Thai Boxing Community Centre during current COVID-19 pandemic Thai Boxing Community Centre in Croydon has been awarded £7000 of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Community Emergency Fund towards the running cost of the local community centre that provides local disadvantage children a place to stay fit, healthy and positive during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. The outbreak of the virus and the consequent…Read More
Thai Boxing Community Centre are proud to present their first nominated winner, Gavin Levy, for the Jack Petchey Achievement Award Scheme. Gavin was nominated by his peers and the staff at TBCC for his outstanding effort, consistency and hard work. He also commits himself not only to learning Thai Boxing but also helping others learn…Read More
SOCCER fanatic Jonathan Moore switched sports to try Muay Thai boxing — and has now gone into business, thanks to the Sported charity.The 24-year-old south Londoner had been to the US on a college soccer scholarship but the funding dried up and he came home. He says: “I was depressed when I got back —…Read More
Thank you to all the TBCC fund raising team for their tremendous effort at Tesco. We raised a phenomenal £388 which will be put to a great cause.Read More
This week Gavin Barwell, MP for Croydon Central, visited the Thai Boxing Community Centre in Thornton Heath where he met with a group of young people from the Centre’s Box Office programme. During the visit he saw Michael Calunga receiving the Jack Petchey award for outstanding achievement in our community. The Box Office is a…Read More
TBCC celebrates alongside the Jack Petchey Foundation, their first nominated achievement award winner, Gavin, at the Regional Celebration Event held in Sutton on 29th February 2012. Along with many other young winners of this inspiring Foundation, Gavin was presented with a medallion and had the opportunity to meet the Major of Sutton. An awesome evening!!!Read More
Fighting Fit is a project held at the Thai Boxing Community Centre in Thornton Heath. The aim of the project is to work with organisations supporting vulnerable groups in the community. Founded by Sam Nankani, its objectives are to promote the health, fitness and well being of members, using Muay Thai boxing as the focal…Read More