The somewhat imposing architecture of Wellington College, Berkshire.
A bronze of Wellington's horse, Copenhagen was created by Nic Fiddian-Green and unveiled on June 29th, 2012.
One training group was run by Nick Pert.
Ken Coates entertained the younger group with his engaging style.
Some of the students of the Ken Coates group.
Simon Williams took the top group.
The group analyse a position before Simon asks them to explain.
Nick Pert has found a knight that is almost en prise...
But where is the White king? Answers on a postcard to...
Student ages ranged from 5 - 60!
Ken Coates shares his love of chess with some keen youngsters.
Ken entertains the students with his own games asking them not show to any adults especially the Amar Gambit examples.
Stars of the future analyse a position.
Ken points out the c7 square in a sharp line of the Latvian Gambit. After ...c6 followed by d4 Black should give-up.
Simon entertain his group by analysing exciting master games.
Nick Pert gives a clock simultaneous display to one group.
Simon takes on another group in a clock simultaneous display.
Harvey Zhang enjoyed himself throughout
Anna Purvis (Ealing Juniors)
Nick Pert ponders a move versus Callaghan.