The next County Committee Meeting will be held,Wednesday 8 August 2018 at 7:00 pm in Nottingham Bridge Club.
Team Captains are invited to email match results to the appropriate League Secretary Jane Hall for Team of 8 results and
for Team of 4 results
NCBA will advertise Charity events and also host the results upon request.
Please note these events are not organised or run by NCBA.
24 April 2019
to be confirmed
13 November 2018
To be confirmed.
Further details to follow
RNLI and The British Heart Foundation
and When you Wish upon a star
SATURDAY 12th May 7pm
Nottingham Bridge Club
ORDER OF ST JOHN PRIORY OF ENGLAND AND THE ISLANDS
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY PRIORY GROUP
CHARITY BRIDGE DRIVE AND AFTERNOON TEA
In aid of St John Ambulance
SUNDAY 29 APRIL 2018 AT 2.00 p.m.
At the Mansfield Bowls Club, Chesterfield Road South, Mansfield NG19 7AP
Bottom of QE School drive, opposite Machine Mart
TICKETS £10.00 each available from Janet Franks - 07805853471 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ST JOHN AMBULANCE BELIEVES THAT NO ONE SHOULD DIE BECAUSE THOSE AROUND THEM DID NOT KNOW FIRST AID.
PLEASE HELP US TO FUND FREE BASIC FIRST AID TRAINING IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SCHOOLS
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
Registered Charity number 1077265/1
17 April 2018
This year’s charity is Rainbows Children’s Hospice
Further details: 2018 Nottingham Cafe Bridge.pdf
We have sold all 84 places.
For the third year running we are holding a friendly duplicate bridge drive to support the work of a local charity; this year we are raising money for Headway Nottingham.
Headway is a locally started charity which helps to improve life after a brain injury.
Our event was held on Wednesday 29th November 2017; 12 noon in Woodborough Village Hall.
Nottingham Headway will receive donations raised.
Raised £1100.00 for Headway Nottingham
Chicago Bridge Tournament
Treetops Hospice Care
21 October 2017
Tickets £12 each
For more informaton cantact Barbara Saville
Wednesday 18th October 2017
Entry fee of £30.00 per player includes welcome drink, lunch, and glass of wine/soft drink at the end.
How Does Café Bridge Work?
You play a few hands in one café, then move to another. You get lunch wherever you are at 1pm. Then move again. Castle Barge Gannet’s The Ram
All players meet for registration with complimentary refreshments at Castle Barge, The Wharf, Newark between 10.45 and 10.30 am.
You choose where you would like lunch on a first-come basis. That determines your starting venue and direction. That may be up to 10 minutes gentle walk, so please arrive promptly to register, enjoy refreshments and allow time to get to your start. There you play 3 x 3 board rounds of bridge, and then have lunch (included). You walk to the next venue and play again, and so on throughout the day. 3 x 3 boards x 3 venues = 27 boards in the day.
Extra refreshments will be available for purchase at each venue if required.
At completion we congregate back at Castle Barge for convivial drinks, a post mortem of the day and a raffle; results and prize giving will be at around 4.30 or 5pm. As you will be walking between venues please wear comfortable shoes and note that there will be steps and stairs at some venues.
Held at Notts Golf Club
£10 per person
Sylvia Goodlud: email@example.com
Di Abbot; firstname.lastname@example.org
CHARITY BRIDGE DRIVE AND AFTERNOON TEA
In aid of St John Ambulance
The charity bridge and afternoon tea event held on 31 July at the Mansfield Bowls Club was attended by 30 players from four Nottinghamshire Clubs – Mansfield Mechanics, South Mansfield, Retford and Mansfield Bowling Club.
Winning Pairs were – East/West – Liz Rothwell and Bernard Plumb of Retford Bridge Club; North/South – Jan and Alex Fraser of South Mansfield Club.
Val and Bernard Hill kindly ran the bridge and produced the scores.
Donations of raffle prizes, cash and all manner of homemade cakes and sandwiches made for a very successful and enjoyable event which raised the sum of £554.50. We hope to make this an annual event.
This money will be used by St John Ambulance to teach first aid in Nottinghamshire schools.
The Nottinghamshire County Priory Group is very grateful for all the hard work and generous support given to this event. Thanks to everyone who played a part in its success.
Dedicated to Dinah Mairs
Cathy and Friends held a charity bridge drive...
In aid of Fight for Sight....
On Saturday 20th May 2017....
At Nottingham Bridge Club....
Dinah worked tirelessly for the Club and for bridge as a whole for many years ....
We would like to show our appreciation....
Please join us in honouring Dinah and supporting her chosen charity....
Everyone welcome - young/old, beginners/experts, if you need a partner, let us know - we will find one for you
Nottingham Café Bridge was on Tuesday 4th April 2017, again meeting at Couture in Nottingham Contemporary.
This year the cafes were; Couture, BarEsca, Jamie’s, All Bar One and Dino’s.
Welcome tea/coffee, lunch, and post-mortem glass of wine are included.
BRIDGE DAY AND LUNCH
Date: Friday 31 March 2017 starting with coffee at 10am
Venue: Oxton Village Hall, Main Street, Oxton, Notts, NG25 0SA
Cost: £16 for WI members £17 for non-members
Our ever popular Bridge Day and Lunch has been arranged at Oxton Village Hall starting at 10am for coffee and biscuits. The cost of tickets will be £16 (for WI members) or £17 (for non-WI members) which includes a three course lunch and a glass of wine.
Please complete the application form below and send to Notts Fed of WIs, Trent Bridge House, Beastmarket Hill, Newark, Notts, NG24 1BN with a cheque made payable to Notts Fed of WIs (please remember 2 signatures are required on WI cheques). All proceeds raised by this event will go into Federation funds. If, a week before the event, you have not received any tickets or notification that the event has been cancelled, please contact the office.
Closing Date: Monday 20 February 2017 @ 3pm
Mansfield Mechanics Institute.
Sunday January 15th 2017.
The money raised went to the Sir John Eastwood Hospice.
Raised over £530
Jackie Parsons on 01623 882379 for tickets.
AFTERNOON BRIDGE DRIVE IN SUPPORT OF THE TEENAGE CANCER TRUST IN NOTTINGHAM AND WOODBOROUGH CLUB FUNDS*
We are held a friendly duplicate bridge drive to support the work of the Teenage Cancer Trust in Nottingham.
This was held on Wednesday 30th November 2016; 12 noon in Woodborough Village Hall.
* Money raised was equally split between the two organisations.
Money raised £780.27
The Derek Bailey Foundation
Saturday 18th June 2016 at 19:00
Raised over £450
In aid of John Eastwood Hospice.
12 June 2016 at 2:00pm
Admission by ticket only (£10) - available from Jackie Parsons.
Mansfield Mechanics Institute
2 Stuart Avenue
In aid of All Saints Church, Elston and
Rainbows Children’s Hospice
Wednesday, 25th May, 2016
was held at
Elston Village Hall, Top Street, Elston, Newark, NG23 5NP
2016 Bridge Day and Lunch Appln Form.docx