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John Upham
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Frimley Junior Chess Club

Post by John Upham » Wed Aug 31, 2016 1:37 pm

The first meeting of Frimley Junior Chess Club will be:

Sunday, September 4th 2016

The club will be

Frequency: Weekly, every Sunday
Membership fee: Free
Start: 10am
Finish: 12am
Venue: Kim's Plaice, 68, Frimley High Street, Frimley, Surrey, GU16 7JE

There is a free public car park nearby. Refreshments available. We will provide chess boards, pieces, timers and scoresheets if required.

The club will feature a mixture of games, tournaments, demonstration, coaching and training from ECF accredited coaches and experienced players.

See https://www.facebook.com/groups/frimleyjuniorchessclub/

:D

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Re: Frimley Junior Chess Club

Post by John Upham » Sun Jan 15, 2017 4:47 pm

New membership has outstripped our original venues capacity and we have moved to a new home at Frimley Green Village Hall. :D

The full address is:

Frimley Green Village Hall,
124, Frimley Green Road,
Frimley Green,
Camberley
Surrey
GU16 6ND

Here is a very short video of our first meeting of 2017:

Video of first meeting of 2017

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Re: Frimley Junior Chess Club

Post by Nick Grey » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:30 pm

John as you got, or I assumed you had got Frimley Juniors into Pat's tournament, I thought you ought to have made the enquiry earlier about your other juniors? Or am I missing something?

Nick

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Re: Frimley Junior Chess Club

Post by John Upham » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:41 pm

Nick Grey wrote:John as you got, or I assumed you had got Frimley Juniors into Pat's tournament, I thought you ought to have made the enquiry earlier about your other juniors? Or am I missing something?

Nick
Some of the Frimley juniors take part in Wey Valley events. As yet, I've not attended one.

My main focus is the promising children from my Surrey schools.

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Re: Frimley Junior Chess Club

Post by Nick Grey » Wed Mar 08, 2017 12:50 am

Primary or Secondary?
Anyway the fairer funding changes were looking awful for Inner London and Outer London Schools as well as Surrey and the authorities on M4 corridor out to Reading.
You have the signposts & it is usually the parent's home address that is important apart from Schools.
Best to start this at beginning of season or academic year and if secondary Neill Cooper is our expert.

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Re: Frimley Junior Chess Club

Post by John Upham » Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:49 am

Nick Grey wrote:Primary or Secondary?
Anyway the fairer funding changes were looking awful for Inner London and Outer London Schools as well as Surrey and the authorities on M4 corridor out to Reading.
You have the signposts & it is usually the parent's home address that is important apart from Schools.
Best to start this at beginning of season or academic year and if secondary Neill Cooper is our expert.
The bulk of them are attending Primary Schools in Surrey.

I did not understand what you meant by


"You have the signposts & it is usually the parent's home address that is important apart from Schools."

Could you please re-word this?

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