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14th IBCA Individual World Chess Championship for Blind and Visually Impaired 2019 More!

Bill Armstrong awarding prize to Richard Murphy and Gill Smith

The David Hodgkins Memorial Annual Best Game Prize 2018More!

Challengers equal 1st Wickett and Rugman with Gerry, Moira and Inky

Open 1st place Ross with Gerry, Moira and Bovis

BCA A.G.M., Harrogate 2019 More!

BCA Windermere theme break 2019 More!

Listen to the song “If you’re going to Windermere Manor by Gary Wickett More!

Braille and Beyond – Exploring the World of Chess for Blind Players More!

Challengers joint third - Ryan, T Elbourn, Lawton
Challengers joint third - Ryan, T Elbourn, Lawton

BCA Autumn Tournament 2018 More!

Photograph of presentation from 8th IBCA World Team Cup

UK participate in the 8th IBCA World Team Cup, 20-31 July More!

Close Finish at the chairman's cup in Bournemouth 2018 More!


 Efe receiving his grading-prize

Chris Ross wins at Derby while Efe Shimwell steals the limelight More!

Chris Ross and Efe Shimwell are winners at the BCA Autumn tournament 2017 More!

Efe Shimwell receives the trophy from Roger Edwards.

BCA Gazette wins ECF Award More!

Gerry Walsh (left) and Roger Edwards (right) present ECF Magazine of the Year 2017 award to Julie Leonard (BCA Gazette Editor)

Three BCA members participate in commemorative Chess Event More!

BCA Performs Well in the Olympiad 2017, Macedonia More!

50th anniversary approaches for the Weymouth Olympiad held in the UK 1968 More!

Bill Armstrong wins the B.C.A. British Championships 2017 More!

UK team battles in first IBCA European Team Championship More!

Polo shirts with BCA logo available to buy More!

Publish, publish, publish! More!

Volunteer readers needed! More!

Visually impaired chess clubs can now affiliate to the BCA More!

Congress Support Scheme !More

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