It is with great sadness that we learn of Lawrie's sudden death. In his relatively short time at the Club he was a fine example of a true gentleman at the table; always generous and friendly to his opponents and partners. We will miss him greatly.
If you are new to the area, just visiting, or want to play a game but you do not have a partner we can always find you someone - just let us know by clicking on Contact Us (below) and let us know how we can help you. Existing members should use the Members Area page for partner requests.
Regular partnerships are reminded they should have a fully completed system card - blank form EBU20B can be downloaded free from EBU or I will send you one if asked. System cards are there to help YOU as much as opponents and directors. Failure to have a card could well result in any dispute being adjudged on Acol Simple System only. More details on our LIBRARY page.
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Thank you for visiting our site. We should like you to look around and learn more about our club. You will find details of future events, results of our competitions and weekly matches, and news of interest not only to our members but to site visitors generally.
We hope you like what you see and that we will shortly be playing bridge with you at the club!
From its earliest days the club has had a reputation for friendliness where visitors and members are provided with a first class facility for the game of duplicate bridge to be played in a safe, comfortable and pleasant atmosphere. The club informs and encourages novice players whilst stimulating the more experienced. We aim to complement other local community activities by being an inclusive Club where players of all abilities are made welcome and can join.
The Club is affiliated to the English Bridge Union via the Worcestershire Contract Bridge Association and participates in the EBU Masterpoints scheme and adheres to the EBU code of Best Behaviour.
We meet every Wednesday at 7pm - please be seated by 6.50pm. Boards are normally pre-dealt with hand records available from this site and we use wireless scoring. The Club is pleased to welcome visitors to nearly all our events - see our competitions page for full details - and they are particularly encouraged to play in our Swiss events where they are eligible to win the prize! Apart from Swiss events, visitors may play at the club on a total of four other occasions, to include two Simultaneous Pairs. Please use the FREE car park opposite the club.
There is disabled access and facilities. On road parking for disabled persons is at the hall.
For those wishing to learn the game we have our own fully qualified EBUTA teacher or can recommend other qualified bridge teachers and for those wishing to improve their game we hold our own ad-hoc short courses tailored to needs and recommend external seminars held by expert players.
The Club is a charity in line with Para. 1 of Schedule 6 Finance Act 2010; HMRC charity reference EW41010
We are holding an intensive weekend course on the 2nd and 3rd March 2019 to teach the basics to those totally new to the game. The course will also include free club membership for 16 weeks thereafter where experienced players will guide you through optional dedicated supervised play sessions on a Wednesday evening. The weekend course costs £60 and includes all tuition, course book and notes, refreshments throughout but bring your own packed lunch. We will also be offering other teaching courses to help new and improving players progress their knowledge and understanding of the game - further details will be announced here as and when these courses are available. Please contact Alan Boyes email@example.com for more information and to register your interest.
Roger is bravely pounding the streets of Evesham to advertise our Club and next year's teaching courses! Does anyone else have pics of how they are "spreading the word"?