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IWD Chess Day @ St Marylebone School, 14 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 4AZ
Mar 10 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm

Contact: Lateefah Messam-Sparks Email: Web: [MAP] Come and join us for our first IWD Chess Day in central London. Everyone leaves the event with a gift (as a thank-you) for attending and getting involved. This event is truly open to all. There is something available for you no matter your age or gender.
IWD stands for International Women’s Day it is held every year on March 8th. This event is the final event we are hosting to celebrate IWD week. We have 5 different events on our chess day: Junior U18 Open (winner wins £100), U12, Improvers section, Learn How to Play in an Hour, Chess Master Training and Simultaneous | Enter online

ECF Secondary School Chess Tournament @ Eton College, Windsor SL4 6DW
Sep 16 @ 10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Contact: Neill Cooper Email: Web: [MAP] Teams will consist of 6 players in school years 7 to 13. Schools can enter one or two teams. Squads can have up to 8 players with 6 playing in any match.
5 round Swiss rapidplay tournament. Digital chess clocks: all moves in 20 minutes + 5 sec/move.
Play will be in the spacious school hall; team rooms will be shared and in the maths department | Flier

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