The Club will NOT be organising Bridge on BANK HOLIDAY MONDAYS in the future.
Agreed at AGM on 29th April
Priscilla Cox presents the Trophy to the inaugural winner, Gerry Whiteing at the recent AGM
We meet regularly to play friendly Duplicate Bridge in the evenings (7-10 pm) at three venues with free parking (click here for details):
For Beginners and Improvers we run a Supervised Session on Wednesday Afternoons ( 1 - 4pm ) at Dunkirk Village Hall
1) Monday: Pettman House Hanover Square Herne Bay ( Over 60's Club )
2) Wednesday Afternoon 1-4pm Dunkirk Village Hall
3) Wednesday Evening : Swalecliffe Community Centre
4) Friday : St Dunstan's Church Hall, Canterbury
We play pre-dealt hands with printouts available at the end of each session. We abide by EBU rules, issue EBU Masterpoints and follow EBU guidelines regarding 'Best Behaviour at Bridge'.
Table money (including light refreshments) is £3 for members and £4 for visitors, annual membership is £5. All ages and abilities are welcome.
We operate a ' Find a Partner ' system for all evening venues
On a Monday and Wednesday please phone Kate Amos on 01227 375827 - ( Before 4pm ) if you would like to play that evening.
On a Friday, please phone Roger Markwick on 07714575298 (Before 4pm) if you wish to play that evening
This is a Teaching Facility providing a gentle introduction to Duplicate Bridge
The Club meets on a Wednesday Afternoon from 1pm - 4pm at Dunkirk Village Hall.
We offer assisted play to beginners and improvers. No Partner required, just turn up !
Ron Davis receives the Cup from Chairman Chris Hiorns
There have been occasions when members have arrived late causing the planned movement to be suspended and a new one started. This results in delays whilst Tablets are reset and a new programme installed.
Please aim to arrive NO LATER THAN 6.45pm so that the Director has at least 10 minutes to set up the movement, distribute the boards and make any announcements so that WE CAN START PROMPTLY AT 7pm.
If you have been unavoidably delayed please telephone one of the Committee or your partner to let them know you are on your way. This will allow the Tablets to be set up and for the event to START ON TIME.
If you arrive late and play has already commenced or the Tablets have been set and play is about to start, then the Director may NOT allow you to play.
Roger Markwick Hon Secretary