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Bridge in Merseyside & Cheshire
Bridge in Merseyside & Cheshire

This is the official website of Merseyside & Cheshire Bridge Association.  We hope you will find the information you are looking for.  If you don't, please use the "contact us" facility to email us. Click here to send your query/comments.

Learn to play bridge!

Many of the clubs in Merseyside offer beginners' and/or improvers' lessons. There are also easy duplicate sessions for improvers. As these change in availability it is not possible to keep a definitive list on this site. You can access the clubs' websites through the link top left on this site. Depending on where you live, possible clubs to try include Blundellsands BC, Deva, Liverpool BC, and Merseyside Bridge Centre. 

For other suggestions, please click here to go to the EBU (English Bridge Union) education charity's website. 

Merseyside & Cheshire Facebook Page
Merseyside & Cheshire Facebook Page

Are you on Facebook? Why not visit our Facebook page. Click on the logo. If you "like" the page you will get updates on forthcoming events etc. 

County Newsletters
County Newsletters
This section includes the more recent newsletters. Older newsletters may be uploaded at a later date. If you are unable to open any of the newsletters listed, please click here to use the Contact Us facility to ask for an email copy instead.    

Barbara, Webmaster 
County Newsletter August 2014
Newsletter June 2014
Latest Newsletter Now Available

Please note Bob's plea on behalf of the County for more club players to enter events held at other clubs, including County Events. You will enjoy yourselves playing the game you love, meeting new people and, hopefully, improving your own game by playing against people using different systems and - in the case of many of us - playing against much better players! You might not have ambitions yourself to be a Grandmaster, but you will certainly be taking a step in the right direction. The other benefit is that these events, which are all run by hard-working volunteers, can only continue if sufficiently well-supported. We have recently had two long-running events which had to be cancelled due to lack of interest. This is really sad, as there is nearly as much work involved in cancelling an event as in running it. So, come for selfish reasons or for altruistic reasons, but PLEASE COME TO EVENTS IN THE COUNTY! Thank you - I'll put my soapbox away now smiley

Newsletter April 2014
Newsletter February 2014
Newsletter December 2013
Newsletter October 2013
Newsletter August 2013
Newsletter June 2013
Newsletter April 2013
Newsletter February 2013