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10th July

On Monday Afternoon seven full tables played a two-winner Mitchell movement. Heidi & David Thomas led North / South with 61.90; Michael Fraser-Allen & Charles Aitchison followed with 59.52. The East / West top was shared by Don Prowse & Pauline Smith and Daphne Rourke & Janet Stuchbury each pair scoring 57.74.

On Monday Evening five tables played a Howell movement. Jim Bainbridge & David Reed led the field with 65.10 followed by Kala Chauhan & Wendy Crees with 58.33. 

On Tuesday Afternoon of last week seven tables played a Hesitation Mitchell. Jim Bainbridge & Lo Tolbutt led the field with 63.19; Frank Grace & Isobel Ross scored 60.07; third place was shared by Brian Mawby & David Reed and Maria Smyth & Patti Jarvis, each pair scoring 59.72. The Summer Pairs Handicap is currently led by Brian Jacks & Don Prowse.

On Wednesday morning six and a half tables turned out to practice overcalls and take out doubles. A noisy and cheerful field enjoyed the exercise.

On Friday evening seven teams of four competed over 24 boards. Mary Kerridge & Jane Reed with Pam Southern & Jeff Stafford won by a considerable margin 43IMPs ahead of Brian Mawby & David Reed with Jim & Nicky Bainbridge.

When the bridge is too hard.....
When the bridge is too hard.....

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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Lutterworth Bridge Club

Lutterworth Bridge Club, meets on Wednesday evenings (7pm), at Cotesbach Village Hall. You’ll find quality EBU affiliated bridge played in a good spirit.


Rugby Village Bridge Club regularly supports various local and national charities. To date these have included: Warwickshire Air Ambulance; Myton Hospice; the Parkinsons Society and Hearing Dogs for the deaf.

Supporting Charities

RVBC supports charities using raffles, donating table money, or otherwise, from time to time. We have supported local charities or organisations that have particular importance to members. We are always open to suggestions of organisations to support. So far we have supported the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance; the Myton Hospice and the Parkinsons Society, Dogs for the hard of Hearing, Grenfell Fire Survivors.

2017 Christmas Raffle
2017 Christmas Raffle

The Christmas Raffle raised a whopping £300  for the Air Ambulance smileyyesheartsmiley

There are lots of prizes drawn for people who weren't there, look out for yours on your next visit.

Air Ambulance Donation
Air Ambulance Donation
2017 Grenfell Fire Simultaneous Pairs

ECATS reports: I think we have now had all the funds in from clubs that took part in the Grenfell Fire Pairs, and today I will be sending £7,066.80 to the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund on your behalf. Paddy Murphy, who was the organiser asks me to thank all those of you who took part and donated so generously to this appeal.

Simultaneous Pairs for Grenfell Survivors

August 2017

This week we raised £224 for the Grenfell Fire survivors. Club put in £1 per player on Tuesday Afternoon, £44, but you wonderful people contributed a massive £180 on top.

2016 Christmas Raffle raised 200 for Air Ambulance
2016 Christmas Raffle raised 200 for Air Ambulance

Well done! heart

2012 Christmas Party Proceeds
2012 Christmas Party Proceeds

Our Christmas Party in 2012 raised £200. This was presented to the Myton Hospice in March 2103.