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A new badge system has been introduced whenever possible from 26/3/18 onwards. An amber wheelchair (below) means that the venue has at least some disability-friendly aspects, whereas a green wheelchair (also below) means it’s particularly so. In all cases, but especially where no badge is evident, PLEASE contact the organisers for more details …
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Contact: Noel Boustred Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://noelchess.weebly.com [MAP] ECF Chess Congress of the Year 2017 — sections for everybody, including an Open. In the Minor U126 you can win £180. In higher sections of 24 or more people, the first prize is £200, with a £100 grading prize. Good value food and drink is served at the bar, including coffee. In the chess playing area you can bring your own food and drink. Also — enjoy Halifax, a beautiful part of Yorkshire! Entry form
Contact: Noel Boustred Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.noelschess.weebly.com [MAP] Who can resist Whitby’s beautiful beach, harbour and world-class fish and chips? Also – Whitby inspired Bram Stoker to write ‘Dracula’. July 2017 grades will be used. ECF Silver members can enter the Minor U136 for £23. Major U166 – 1st prize of £170.00 | Entry form
Contact: Neill Cooper Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: https://englishchess.org.uk/NSCC/u19-open-2/ [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
Contact: Steve King Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.hullchess.com [MAP] Entry fee £30 ECF Silver or above, £37.50 non-ECF. Prize money £3000. 1st prize £350, 2nd prize £200, 3rd prize £100. 2 x £50 grading prize all sections. Open (open to all); Major (Under 166); Intermediate (Under 141); Minor (Under 116)
Contact: Francis Bowers Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.chessbower.com [MAP] 5 round seeded Swiss Tournament. All games played on digital clocks, 70 minutes each plus 15 second increment. Entry limited to the first 32 players to enter. Entrants must be a member of a local chess club in the Cambridgeshire League. Open prize, Under 140 prize, Junior prize | Entry form