Mr Bridge kindly sent us a box of January 2019 editions of his Bridge magazine.
We gave away quite a few before Christmas, but there are still quite a few left. Do get one.
It's a good magazine, particularly for our level of player. You can look at it for free online. Personally, I think it's worth paying for!
We serve unlimited tea, coffee and biscuits in each session, and we believe you should enjoy them. Mugs and cups are always provided and are washed hygienically in a dishwasher.
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A useful guide to events in the Region up to May 2018
Danetre Bridge Club meets on Wednesday Evenings in Daventry - click to visit their web site
Lutterworth Bridge Club, meets on Wednesday evenings (7pm), at Cotesbach Village Hall. You’ll find quality EBU affiliated bridge played in a good spirit.
The Rugby Advertiser covers a wide variety of sports and games in its Sports Digest. Click here to go to their web site.
We are based in the Dunchurch Sportsfield and Village Hall which is three miles from Rugby town centre. Built in 2003, the Hall has several rooms, all with modern kitchen facilities and toilets. There are seventy off street parking places, lit at night. There are accessibility features throughout.
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In 2012, the RVBC moved into a virtually dedicated Club Room with a separate entrance. We have room for up to 10 tables. We store our equipment in cupboards in the room. We do not have to take tables up and down and do not have to move or stack chairs. We have our own notice board with news and results. The room includes refurbished kitchenette with fridge and dishwasher. There are clean comfortable toilet facilities, including accessible facilities.
This is a chance to play randomly dealt hands with or against an experienced player and then take several minutes to discuss the hand, how it was played and how it might have been played. The same hand is played at other tables, and you will have a chance to understand the differences.
Play is between teams of four players, each led by an experienced player. For each of the three rounds you will swap partners, so you play one round with a mentor, and two against.
Hands will be scored both on a radio linked table scorer and on personal score cards. At the end of each round you return to your team to compare the results you have with your team mates. This provides a chance to understand team scoring, checking it against the computer.
The session is suitable for players of some experience and the fee is at the advanced lesson rate.
There are up to 12 places at each session and we need to know the number of players to make sure we have full teams for the session. So please let us know if you would like to attend.