Monday evening Bridge will go ahead as normal.
Why not have a look at the new Interesting Hands feature by clicking here.
Broughton Bridge Club is part of the Broughton and District Club, a members’ only social club, which has been serving the local communities of Broughton, Fulwood, Barton and Goosnargh since 1890. As well as these areas Club members come from as far a field as Preston, Garstang, Freckleton and Longridge – gateway to the Ribble Valley.
Our close proximity to Junction 32 on the M6 M55 interchange makes getting here quick and simple – just check out the Information tab on the left menu.
Visitors are always welcome - there's something to cater for every BridgePlayer, whether you are a beginner, or just keen to improve, or you are an expert! But don't let the term 'expert' put you off - most of us just enjoy the game for what it is.
You will find that the Club facilities are very good and, together with the friendly atmosphere, plus a mix of Social and Duplicate Bridge to enjoy, we are sure you will want to be part of the experience of being a Club Member.
There are plenty of new people for you to meet and play Bridge with - at your level.
This micro-site for Broughton Bridge Club will give you loads of information about what the Bridge Section for Broughton and District Club are up to and by using the menu on the left you can easily navigate to our Calendar of Events and review Results of all the sessions and competition that we run.
The infrastructure of this web site is provided by Bridgewebs and if you are involved in a Bridge Club and you don’t have a website take a look at them by clicking here.
For more information about Broughton and District Club visit the Official Club Website by clicking here.
If you want to ask something please select the Contact Us option from the Information tab on the left menu and someone will get back to you but if you would rather speak to a real person please contact the Bridge Club Secretary, Malcolm Whitehead on 01772 862637.
We have a secure 'Members Only' Section on our web site. Why don't you start using it so that you can, for example, leave a message asking if anyone wants a partner for a particular session.
You need to give Our Secretary, Malcolm Whitehead, your email address before you can 'register' yourself into the system. But once you have done that, either Click on the heading above, or just Click on [Membership] on the Menu bar on the left side of this page. First, you will be invited to enter your Name, then you should Click on the Forgotten Password icon. A message will appear saying "an email has been sent to you with your Password". Go to your email programme and COPY this password. Now back to our web site, on the Members page - PASTE the password into the empty Password box. LOGIN - and that's it.
Once you are in the Members area, if you want to change your password, Click on the ACCOUNT Tab. A new page appears and you will find two boxes at the bottom to enter the Password of your choice.
Clive has put on a number of usefull downloads for members to use. It's all good stuff. Have a look!