The county newsletter for October 2018 has been added. It is under County News Page.
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.
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The new season's listings have now been issued to captains. If you have not received yours, please email Earl O'Keeffe by clicking on his name.
Results for league matches are shown as Excel spreadsheets which are opened by clicking on the tabs under the main heading in the left column. If you do not have Microsoft Office on your PC/Laptop/Tablet/Phone, your browser may offer an alternative way to view these. Also, depending on your browser, the spreadsheet may appear at the bottom of your screen as a download or it may open a new tab in your browser window.
The spreadsheet contains several different worksheets (tables, results chart etc) If you cannot immediately see the results tables, you will find tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet with these labels and by clicking on each one in turn you will be able to see all the worksheets.
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