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Chess club for children or chess lessons

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On 20 Apr 2014 at 2:29pm Max wrote:
Hello. I have a very bright 8 year old who would love to play chess with other children in the area. Does a chess club exist in Lewes? Also does anyone know of a chess teacher? Thanks in advance.
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On 20 Apr 2014 at 5:20pm The Kronic wrote:
Sorry i can't help you but fantastic that your kids wants to learn Chess. I learnt when i was at school but haven't played for 20 years due to there being no opposition.
Good luck
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On 20 Apr 2014 at 6:02pm drone wrote:
Lewes chess club meets in the St Marys Social Club on Tuesdays at 7.30
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On 20 Apr 2014 at 9:58pm Max wrote:
Hi The Kronic and drone. Thanks for responding. We went on a family day out recently to a place where there was a giant chess board. Two eighteen year olds were playing chess and my 10 year old joined in! It's such a great game and people who play it seem to get so much out of it. I've seen the St Mary's club thanks drone but 730 is bed time in our house. It might be worth contacting them. Thanks again for responding.
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On 22 Apr 2014 at 11:19am TDA wrote:
St Pancras School have a chess club, perhaps you could get your son's school to start one too?
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On 23 Apr 2014 at 4:06pm Mrs Knight wrote:
Sussex Junior Chess runs regular training days and tournaments at different venues around Sussex. It also has an academy system, with training days and mini tournaments each half term and holiday - nearest ones to Lewes are at Uckfield or Burgess Hill - which are particularly suitable for beginners. The chess clubs at Uckfield, Burgess Hill and Crowborough are more junior-friendly than Lewes.

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On 23 Apr 2014 at 4:06pm Mrs Knight wrote:
Sussex Junior Chess runs regular training days and tournaments at different venues around Sussex. It also has an academy system, with training days and mini tournaments each half term and holiday - nearest ones to Lewes are at Uckfield or Burgess Hill - which are particularly suitable for beginners. The chess clubs at Uckfield, Burgess Hill and Crowborough are more junior-friendly than Lewes.

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On 23 Apr 2014 at 4:09pm Mrs Knight wrote:
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