Tutors needed to teach chess in schools.
A shortage of tutors is preventing children in state schools from learning chess.
British international master Malcolm Pein, who founded the charity Chess in Schools, says a resurgence in the game's popularity has seen experienced teachers being poached by public schools that can pay more.
"There's been such a demand for what we provide to state schools that we're struggling to find enough tutors to teach the game.
"It's just a matter of us having to compete with lots of chess tutors who are in private schools where they can command rather more money than a charity can afford.
"All we're really saying is state schools should get the same opportunity to learn a game that every private school gets to learn."