Please help the club by volunteering to be a standby player on Thursday or Friday evenings at least once a year.
You will be given a free game or a voucher for a free game if it turns out you are not needed.
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If you would like to join the New Melville Bridge Club you can download an application form by clicking on this article.
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As enjoyed by 479 members and over 300 students in our Academy.
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Please note that there will be no regular bridge sessions in the afternoon or the evening of Wednesday 19 December as we will be setting up for the Christmas party on the 20th.
A special mention should also have gone to David Briggs, David King, David Hamilton and Denise King who won the Gardiner Trophy on the Friday evening.
Huge CONGRATULATIONS are due to our assistant club manager Anne Perkins who along with teammates and club members Mike Baron, David Kaye and Irene Sime have won the Congress Swiss Teams at this years December National Congress in Peebles.
Congratulations are also due to Alan Goodman, Brian Short, Fiona McQuaker and Anne Symons who finished a close second.
And, we must also congratulate club members Iain Sime and Paul Barton who were victorious in the Congress Swiss Pairs.
Entries are now being taken for...
our annual ♦ Christmas Congress ♦
To be held on Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 December.
On Saturday we have a two-session Swiss Pairs competition starting at 1.30, finishing by about 8.30 pm.
On Sunday we have a two-session Swiss Teams competition also starting at 1.30 and finishing at about 8.30 pm.
Entry costs £12 per person per day. An optional meal is available from our excellent caterer also at £12 per person per day.
There are Bronze and Silver prizes in addition to the prizes for the pairs and teams finishing in the top three places.
Get your entries in by clicking HERE.
Are you interested in learning to play Bridge? If so, we offer a full range of classes extending over six terms (three years) which take you from absolute beginner to club player.
Our classes for the spring term are now finalised. Click HERE for the sign-up form with details of times and classes.
Note that all current classes continue in January, and there is an additional class for complete beginners.
Full information about the days and the times along with the topics covered, can be found in the Melville Bridge Academy section of our website (see left hand menu).
There you can also submit an enquiry about current availability or about the classes for the spring term.
An occasional series of articles for newer (and some experienced) players.
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