As many of you will know, Hammersmith Chess Club is a proud supporter and champion of our local branch of Mental Health Charity, MIND, having taken part in a wonderful day of fund-raising with them earlier this year, in Lyric Square in the heart of Hammersmith.
These wonderful people work to improve and support the Mental Health of our fellow citizens of the fine Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.
As part of their work to mark World Mental Health Day, our local MIND branch will be returning to Lyric Square on Tuesday 10th October, and are looking for volunteers to help with their activities and fund-raising.
The team are looking for a handful of people to help out between the hours of 10am and 4pm. Even if you can only offer an hour or two, your support would be hugely welcomed.
Our efforts are being coordinated by John White – if you’d like to get involved, please drop John an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any support is enormously appreciated.
The great & the good of HammerChess assembled at Lytton Hall last night to witness our annual awards presentation by Club Chairman Bajrush, and our Club Secretary Mike. Some chess was also played!
It was a great turnout with around 25 members of the course of the evening. The roll of honour follows…
Player of the Season & Middlesex Player of the Season: Sheikh
Most Improved Player: Nadhmi
London 4 Player of the Season: Rich
London 5 & 6 Player of the Season: Chris
And not pictured:
- London 6 (2nd team) Player of the Season: Nick Rutherford
- London League 3 Player of the Season: Matteo Bezzini
- Thames Valley Player of the Season: Carsten Pederson
Well done to all our winners!