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Hutton Bridge Club: Beginners lessons starting 14th May - for more information click here , Play and Learn Club starting soon.’
Hutton Bridge Club is pleased to invite you to our new sessions held in Brentwood on every Wednesday at the club’s venue at 7:15pm.
Please note that the first Wednesday of each month will be known as ‘Friendly First Wednesdays’ and is aimed at new/er or returning players, improvers, new partnerships, players who may be a little rusty or anyone looking for a friendly game. This session will still be open to all although experienced players will be expected to be especially tolerant and welcoming on these Wednesdays (not that they aren’t anyway!).
The club is an English Bridge Union affiliated club (you do not have to be a member) so we follow the EBU’s Best Behaviour at Bridge code which helps ensure a harmonious and welcoming environment. The club continues to also run on Monday evenings as before, all are very welcome. We also have lessons and a Play and Learn Club on Monday daytimes in Hutton.
Single players are welcome by contacting organiser Tony French on 07957 406088 - firstname.lastname@example.org or our partner finder Carol McCue (07454 745438 - email@example.com) in advance.
The venue is Becket Keys School in Brentwood and we play in the comfortable reception area on the ground floor with good facilities including ample parking. The sessions will start at 7:30pm with a 7:15pm arrival time. Table money will be £2.50 for club members and £4.00 for non-members. Club membership is non-obligatory and currently stands at £10 per annum.
Club Website: www.bridgewebs.com/hutton/
Becket Keys School (formerly Sawyer's Hall College)
Sawyer's Hall Lane
Essex CM15 9DA
(Please watch out if you put the postcode into your SatNav as some may take you on a wild goose chase up the Ongar Road)