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The newly founded Tattenhall Chess Club has successfully applied for playing in the Chester & District Chess League as well as in the Wirral Chess League. Playing competition matches in the current season, the young and still small club is going to represent Tattenhall in the Cheshire and North Wales chess community. Some of the players are former members of Malpas & Whitchurch Chess Club and experienced in league chess.

Club Secretary Klaus Tekniepe (having been living in Tattenhall for more than three years) says: "The most important aim for ourselves is to develop our abilities and to have enjoyment in a friendly club atmosphere. Because we wanted to bring this idea to Tattenhall we left Malpas Club and founded a new chess club in this beautiful village. We are focussing on establishing and promoting chess in Tattenhall. Therefore first and foremost we give interested people opportunities to play social chess regularly, to get education (if they want), and to improve their abilities."

The club cordially invites young and old, beginners and advanced, male and female to attend the club meetings. Chess beginners get special support. Semi-advanced and advanced players are invited to join the League team.

For further information see CLUBS & SOCIETIES, Tattenhall Chess Club.

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