The county newsletter for December 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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Rulings and Appeals
If you need a ruling please contact one of the County’s Tournament Directors. They will also give general advice on Tournament Direction if required. These are their contact details:
David Stevenson Tel: 0151 677 7412 Email: email@example.com
Mob: 07778 409 955
Mike Swanson Tel: 01928 790 080 Email: MSDBridge@aol.com
Liz Stevenson Tel: 0151 677 7412 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Late evening rulings:
David Stevenson will accept phone calls between 11.00 am and 1.00 am.
Please do not telephone other TDs late at night.
Early morning rulings:
Mike Swanson will accept phone calls from 8.00 am.
Please do not telephone other TDs early in the morning.
If you want to appeal against a ruling by a Tournament Director you should let him or her know and he or she will arrange it. If there is any difficulty in this, or if you want general advice on appeals, appeal procedures, or how to form appeal committees, please get in touch with the County’s Chief Tournament Director, David Stevenson, details as above.