Brewood Chess Circle

Any age. Any ability. Please view the joining the club page for details.


Brewood Chess Circle - Open Night - All new members welcome

Posted on December 2, 2012 at 11:25 PM

Brewood Chess Circle is hosting an open night at the club on Tuesday 4th December to encourage new members who like chess and live in or around Brewood to join the club.  Tea or Coffee will be available and a selection of chess books will be provided for members to take home should they wish to. 

Chess requires no physical ability to play the game, and you are never too young or too old to play chess.  Perhaps the most common misconception is that new members may think they will be too weak to join the club.  This isn't true at all, there is no lower ability level for joining an over the board chess club, the chess club will accept rank novices joining the club. 

Being part of a chess club usually accelerates a players learning curve, and any chess club worth its salt will take the time to give help and advice to new inexperienced players.  Brewood Chess Circle is no exception to this and any new members will be given a warm and friendly welcome, and will be provided with the chance to play chess, set up problem positions, or go through endgame checkmates. 

Breaking the ice to join a new place anywhere can be difficult but once you have done it your find some friendly people with an interest we all have in common. 

Details on how to get to the club are below: 

Directions: ;

(The link above will take you to Google maps.  The link will open in a new window.  However if you prefer there is also a written description below:) 

Leave the A449 at Coven, and follow the directions for Brewood.  Follow the road into Brewood until you reach the village square.  Turn left when you reach the Lion public house, and after about 500 yds look out for the Bridge Inn on the right hand side.  Take the next turning on the right, into Wharf Lane.


You can park on the left hand side of Wharf Lane, and the hall is on the left just after the church.  About 100 yds along the lane is an entrance (to the rectory etc).  In the wall just inside that entrance is an iron gate, with the hall door right behind it.


Please note:


There is a car park inside the entrance, but that does sometimes get closed off during the evening. There can sometimes be no lighting in the car park, and there are tripping hazards especially a footpath which is very easy to trip over, so bringing a torch is recommended if it is dark. 


We hope that we get some new members and if you are reading this after Tuesday 4th December new members are encouraged to turn up any week. 

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