BBBC is a members club but visiting pairs are welcome if vacant tables exist (we can accommodate a maximum of 18 tables).
Bridge at BBBC is of a good standard and it is played in a friendly atmosphere; it is not for beginners.
BBBC is not affiliated to the EBU.
Refreshments are provided on a "help yourself" basis from the kitchen to enhance the morning's enjoyment.
Further information can be obtained from the BBBC Director, Derek Connelly, on 01442 890322 or email at email@example.com.
(in aid of the Florence Nightingale Hospice and the Hospice of St Francis)
10.30 am Coffee/biscuits
11.00 am Duplicate Bridge
12.45 pm Lunch, wine, soft drinks
15.45 pm Tea & Prize giving
Tables limited so please book asap with either Betty Longhurst on 01296 660711 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Marion Woodman on 01296 620543.
Cost is £19.00 per player
If you are unable to come but would like to donate a raffle prize, please contact Betty or Marion to donate.
All Members are requested to read through and adhere to the EBU published "Best Behaviour" document that can be found under the Information tab to the left.
If you require a partner please contact Angela Cross. Angela can be contacted via email at: email@example.com or tel: 01442 392501.
Guest players in need of a partner should also contact Angela to see if there is a partner available as we do not operate a "host system".
Tring Bowls Bridge Club host a "Friday Improvers" section. These duplicate bridge sessions run each Friday morning from 09:30 to 12:15 at Tring Bowls Club.
The sessions are aimed at Bridge players who have Bridge knowledge but are seeking to improve their skills through assisted play with some instruction in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. A short tuition session on key topics is provided.
Partners are not necessary as a host system exists.
For more information please contact Pete Rowling on 07970 301233 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Derek Connelly by email at email@example.com or phone (01442 890322).
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