The Tuesday sessions are now excluded from club competions due to the frequency of less than 3 tables..
If you need a partner for the Wednesday and Fridays sessions it is recommended that you contact Mike Savage,or David Thompson, If you would like to play informally on a Tuesday contact Martin Plane or Peter Harrison(see |Website)
If anyone is interested in learning the fascinating game of bridge, they should contact Martin Plane who has volunteered to give bridge lessons next year. He will be starting in February 2019, if you are interested please contact him personally by phone on 01493-664127 or mobile 07810487460 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. or contact David Thompson @07988691665 or 01493300897 as i may be able to give you alternative daytime/evening hours.
Further to the item below on updating your details on the EBU website, we have been asked to make sure that members also indicate their 'Primary Club'. Several members are members of and play in more than one club and the EBU needs to know which is their 'Primary Club'. This can be done by clicking on to their personal page, then my Club membership and then click the star under 'Primary'. This only applies to members who are members of several clubs.
It is in members’ interests that the personal details that the EBU holds for them on its records are up-to-date. It is also helpful if members can provide the EBU with an email address so that important communications from CountyAssociations, which are currently sent out by post, can be sent electronically, thereby helping to keep costs down. We are therefore asking clubs to encourage their members to check that their own details are correct. You may wish to provide your members with the following instructions:
It is a good idea to check that the EBU has the correct personal details for you on its records which will ensure that your magazine and diary are delivered to the correct address. You can do this most easily online through your own personal members area on the EBUwebsite. If you do not have Internet access at home, you might ask a friend or family member or someone at the club to help. Local libraries also offer free access to the Internet, and the staff are usually very helpful if you are not familiar with its workings.
In order to log in to your members area on the EBU website you will need your EBU number and password. EBU membership cards and passwords were sent out to all EBU members with the June 2010 edition of the EBU magazine English Bridge, or on joining the EBU if that took place more recently. If you have lost your password, see below.
Note that if you wish to change your primary County of Allegiance, you will need to call the EBU on 01296-317225 or 01296-317201.
A) If your current email address is registered with the EBU:
B) If your current email address is not registered with the EBU, send an email to email@example.com or call us on 01296-317200.
(Note that some overzealous spam filters will filter out email messages from the EBU, so it is always a good idea to check your spam messages for a reply if you haven't received one within an hour or so.)
C) If you do not have email and wish to register a change of postal address,please call the EBU on 01296-317200 or write to Membership Department, EBU,Broadfields, Bicester Road, Aylesbury HP18 8AZ