Sunday 30 September - Allwood-Wharton
2pm at Costessey Centre
Teams-of-Eight Interclub Competion
Winners represent NCBA in the Garden Cities Trophy
Entries to Neil Tracey by Wednesday 26 September
Sadly Robbie passed away on Monday 10 September. He was a great character in Norfolk bridge and will be fondly remembered by us all.
He undertook many duties for Norfolk bridge: President of the NCBA in 2008, Competitions Secretary for a good number of years and much more.
In 2006 his commitment to bridge in Norfolk was recognised when he received the EBU's Dimmie Fleming Award for services to bridge.
The photograph on the left, courtesy of Jane Scarfe, shows him receiving prizes at the Afternoon Bridge Club, just one of the clubs where Robbie was a member.
Robbie's funeral service will be at All Saints Church in Catfield (just off the A149 near Stalham) at 2pm on Monday 1 October.
Afterwards at the Wayford Bridge Inn, also on the A149.
Our thanks to sponsors of the 50th Anniversary Norfolk Congress
JM Finn Stockbrokers and First for Bridge.
Note for your diary : 2019 Norfolk Congress is on 15-17 March
www.J M Finn www.First for Bridge
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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