Please note that the Children in Need SIMS will be held on Tuesday 13th November, not the 6th November as previously advertised. Please amend your diaries.
Application Form for membership is now available online. Just click here, print the form and complete it.
Welcome to our club site.
This friendly club is situated in the Harborne district of Birmingham (B17 8RD).
Click here for details of how to find us.
For more information please contact the secretary
Members are invited to suggest items for the site by contacting the webmaster
Starting October bridge on Tuesday and Friday evening will will be held at Walker Memorial Hall, Ampton Road, Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2UJ
This means that all our bridge sessions (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) will be at Walker Hall.
Catered events will still be catered events and the early start times for special events still apply.
The calendar of events for 2018 is now available (menu item - Calendar). Or Click Here!
Please note any early start times.
Please also note the sign-up events. Sign-up via the form on the club notice board or the form provided on this website.
All catered events are sign-up events.
We have an afternoon host system. Any member who wishes to play, can come along on a Monday or Wednesday, without a partner, and enjoy a game of bridge. However the host system will not be available for the afternoon special events.
Only those members who are regular afternoon players on Mondays or Wednesdays are required to take their turn as host, or if unable to do so, to make arrangements for another member to stand in.
When you do play as the host, the session will be free.
We have a strong afternoon playing community, which if numbers stay the same or membership grows, will mean only fulfilling this role about once every 9 months. We hope you will agree that this is a great opportunity for members to 'give something back' to the club and enjoy a game of bridge at the same time.
Sign Up Here!
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Dorothy Fullwood Rosebowl
Monday Plate winners
Abul Mostafa & Evelyn Whiteford