A few of us are off to the Galway Bay for a couple of day's bridge in November if anyone is interested give me a shout.
GLASNEVIN BRIDGE CLUB
Affiliated to C.B.A.I. since 1970
Commencing Monday the 25th September, 2017
Time 7.30pm – 10.30pm
BRIDGE for BEGINNERS / REFRESHERS
Anne Doyle - C.B.A.I Affiliated Tutor
Learn how to play bridge over two terms of 10 weeks each. No prior knowledge of card play is required and you may attend individually or with
your prospective partner. On completion of the course, Novices will be encouraged to integrate into the club over a four week period.
Ample free parking is available at our venue in St Michael’s Special National School, Ballymun Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
Winter term of 10 classes €100
Numbers strictly limited
Aidan Synnott – http://firstname.lastname@example.org - 087 2469129
Or visit Glasnevin Bridge Club venue on Monday or Wednesday 7.00pm – 7.20pm
For further details & to apply online or download an application form, visit our
website at http://www.glasnevinbridgeclub.com
SWORDS BRIDGE CLUB
Would you like to learn to play bridge? Classes for complete beginners start on Wednesday 20th September in Rivervalley Community Hall, Swords.
Classes will be given by Seamus Costello, C.B.A.I. Affiliated Tutor
Learn how to play bridge over two terms of 10 weeks each. No prior knowledge of card play is required and you may attend individually or with your prospective partner. On completion of the course, Novices will be encouraged to integrate into the Swords Bridge club. Mentoring provided.
For further information, please phone Seamus Costello (Teacher) at 087-2890814 or email email@example.com for more details. (www.bridgewebs/swords)
Our Club History: Foxhall Bridge Club was founded in the early 1970's by Mrs. Una Phelan, and was originally known as Bayside Bridge Club. The club first began to operate from the committee room in Bayside Church, and Mr. Michael Moroney volunteered to give lessons to beginners . As numbers grew the club moved to the pre-fab school where we played for a few years before moving to the Marine Hotel in Sutton. Following that the club moved to the Old Sheeling Hotel on the Howth Road near Foxfield. With the growing popularity of the game and the number of people taking lessons it was felt that there was a need for a club where beginners could play without fear. A section of the club was set up in Mid-Sutton Community Centre in Bayside, which has since become a separate very popular club in it's own right. When Una retired from the club, her Daughter Cynthia carried on running the club(s) - with the help of her Sister Gretta Brooks up until 2001. - Incidentally Gretta is still an esteemed member of our club. - When Cynthia retired the club (in the Sheeling Hotel) formed a committee to continue running the club, and the name was changed to Foxhall Bridge Club. The Old Sheeling Hotel was sold in 2002 and the club had to move premises, and after trying a number of venues we came to our present home in All Saints Church Hall Raheny where we continue to play every Tuesday night.
3rd July Anne Mcann
10th July Michael O'Keffe
17th July Dick Kiernan
24th July Ronnie O'Neill
31st July Anne McCann
7th August Rodney O'Hara
14th August Marie O'Keeffe
21st August John Treanor
28th August Emma McArdle
4th Sept. Dick Kiernan
11th Sept. Ronne O'Neill
18th Sept. Anne McCann
25th Sept. Michael O'Keeffe