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Many thanks to all those who helped with the Xmas party last night, paticularly Micky, Annabel, Jenny and Barbara. The John Baron trophy was won by Vic & Wiktor who managed to edge past Ali & Steve in the final round. Pictures courtesy of Ala.
The Ealing Bridge Club is based in Ealing, ten miles west of central London, and is affiliated to the EBU and the Middlesex County Bridge Association. You can contact the Club via email by clicking on the following link Enquiry to Ealing Bridge Club
We play duplicate bridge at St Stephen House (shown on the left), 62 Little Ealing Lane, Ealing, London W5 4EA every Tuesday evening starting at 7:20pm.
The club is a five-minute walk from Northfields Underground Station, and is on the E2 & E3 bus routes.
We have a fantastic venue with one large hall that accommodates us all in comfort. The building is in excellent condition and is disabled-friendly.
Table money is £3 for members and £4 for guests. There are tea and coffee making facilities available throughout the evening for a nominal charge.
Pre-dealt boards and Bridgemate 2s are used at each session. Hand records are available at the end of each evening.
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Visitors and Host System
We are a friendly club and welcome visitors and potential new members.
There is a host service, which means you can simply turn up at the club without a partner and be guaranteed a game. No advanced booking is necessary but please arrive by 7:00 if you need a partner.
St Stephen House has a small car park. Please park there only if you have a reserved North-South seat at the club or you have severe walking problems.
After 6:30pm, you are allowed to park on single yellow lines including directly in front of St Stephen House and on the following nearby streets:
Don't park on the cycle lane (marked in red on the map below)
There are no lessons at the club but if you are interested in beginner or refresher courses, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will advise you of teachers and classes in the area.
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The new Bridgewebs version has introduced a feature on the website to enable members to find a partner. Click here for the instructions and also for details of how to host. Each host will receive a voucher for 2 free plays.
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