Further down this page you will see that Imogen La Chapelle was chosen as part of a team of 6 in the U21 event in Northern Ireland called the Peggy Bayer.
Great News - they won - click here to read all about it
The NCBA is organising two free-to-enter single session trophy events for new and / or inexperienced players:
At Wymondham Abbey Hall, Wymondham, NR18 0PH on Sunday 24th Febuary at 1.45 for a 2pm start
Refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon, with trophies being awarded at the end of play by the NCBA Chairman, Adrian La Chapelle.
We are very excited to announce details of the 2019 Norfolk Congress
kindly sponsored by First for Bridge
A three day event from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th March
Attend the whole weekend or just one or two events.
The programme has been changed this year to make it more inclusive for club players of all levels. The Pairs competition on the Saturday will be Swiss Pairs stratified according to players' NGS grades. There will be prizes and trophies in each of three categories which means that less experienced players have a chance of winning a prize and/or trophy and gaining some prestigious English Bridge Union green points.
We hope to see some new faces as well as welcoming our regular players.
We have reserved rooms at very competitive rates (from £64 per room) at the Wensum Valley Hotel where the event is being held. The hotel is set in 350 acres of countryside just outside Norwich and includes two 18 hole golf courses, a leisure centre and plentiful free parking.
For further details and to enter download the entry form here
Our warmest congratulations to Imogen La Chapelle who has been picked to play as part of a team of 6 in the U21 event in Northern Ireland called the Peggy Bayer.
Imogen will be playing with Oscar Selby and thinks some of the matches may be shown on BBO.
The event is on 16 and 17 February.
Good Luck Imogen and Enjoy
The joint Norfolk and Suffolk weekend event
the East Anglian Bridge Weekend
is being held on on 2 and 3 March 2019 in Bury St Edmunds
For more information and the entry form click here
We are pleased to say that NCBA has been accepted as charity by the Charity Commission on the basis of organising bridge for the benefit of the community. Our charity number is 1171798.
The charity trustees are
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