Phone - 01372 815162 - or email John Cumming (email@example.com) for details of the upcoming term.
The auction for the Night of the Stars took place at Richmond Bridge Club in November and early next year the big event is again at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in February. John Cumming will be playing with Thor Eric Hoftaniska. Fantastic!!
This term's lessons take as a guide Declarer Play the question of drawing trumps - when to do so, and when not.
We also take in Andrew Robson's Pack of Do's and Donts
This year's Christmas party goes with a slam!
See our new pages of War Stories and have a laugh.
Take your pick and then check the answer
A .... Cat
B .... Horse
C .... Dog
D .... Mouse
Some may be interested in getting a calander for themselves or friends. Try this one from Liverbird Greetings at 0151 428 0603.
Why should I play Bridge?
All comers welcome to a new set of improver lessons starting in January 2015. Call John Cumming at 01372 815162 to discuss your interests.
Every year the the Night of the Stars raises about £50,000 for charity. This year the aution for the star players was held at Richmond Bridge Club with the big event upcoming in February at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability where a fantastic gathering of bridge stars is expected. Your bridge teacher played last year with Colin Simpson. Here your teacher can be seen (at this year's auction) taking stick from Paul Mendelson, the Auctioneer; and a bridge teacher of renown.
Welcome to Ashtead Bridge College. This is an active venture in Ashtead aimed at intermedate players. A new "Improver's course" starts in 2016. Further, "Intermediate" sessions continue at village locations.
Quotes from Zsa Zsa Gabor
"I never hated a man so much that I felt like returning the diamonds".
And on 9th Divorce. "I guess I'm a good housekeeper. Every time I divorce I get to keep the house."