The only possible exception is the Spring Bank Holiday on the last Monday in May.
Sometimes its a yes, sometimes a no. It all depends on how players vote as the date approaches.
The default is no bridge. Should bridge on that date be planned, there will be a very obvious notice to that effect.
The scores for Monday 7th Jan as well as those for the last session last year, 17th December are wrong. Moreover there is no way to corrct them.
The move to using the EBU scoring program is proving much more challenging than expected. We will therefore revert to using the old scoring program until EBU score is better understood. Hopefully reversion will not cause table card problems, which were revamped to suit EBUscore.
For your information:
On the 17th December we thought we were playing a Mitchell movement, which should have winning pairs for NS and EW. The scoring program announced a single winner. This means it assumed an arrow switch that was not played. So eveyone was scored wrongly. The inquest was still ongoing when Peter Ellington departed for a long holiday.
On the 7th Jan. some of the boards played were not recorded. Why is unknown. Whilst the score is probably corect as far as it goes, it made the playing field more uneven than it should have been, and anyone feeling they did well on the boards not scored will feel agrieved.
As I said, sorry,