This is the home page for the Stirling and Union Bridge Club. The club has been formed by the merger of Stirling and Stirling Union Bridge Clubs with effect from 2nd May 2011. The site provides information on all aspects of the club, including results for previous weeks and details of forthcoming events.
The board have established a sub-committee to investigate the possible development and refurbishment of the rear premises of the bridge club. An initial appraisal document has been placed in the building development section in the main menu. Further information will be added.
As attendances have been very low and also we are now in to the coldest part of the year, it has been decided to cancel these sessions at least until the Spring.
It is with great regret that we admit defeat. There simply has not been enough support to keep this event running. For the foreseeable future, Saturday Evening bridge is cancelled.
Lessons for beginners will start on Tuesday 2nd October 2018 at 7pm. Anyone interested please contact Jim Glancy (07483855487) or Ronan Valentine (07549581453) for more information.
The University of Stirling is setting up a Keep Bridge Alive Campaign which will run in Feb and March 2019 and will be linked to the Sociology of Bridge research projects. They are hoping for support from Stirling and Union Bridge Club. For more information see the document listed in the main menu. There are also some photos from Wednesday 9th January. A full programme of events see shown in the menu opposite.
If you are looking for a partner or team-mates for any session, please contact
Monday and Friday Susan Wilson tel. 07778506406 or email: email@example.com
Wednesday Christine Gannon tel. 01786 450160 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, Wed, Thurs –
Sandra Hopkins: Home 01259 214963, Mob.07858474015 or email@example.com
Friday - Ella Galletly Home 01786 448810 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Saturday John Cable, tel. 01786 833663
Club Phone Number 01786 450244
Listen to Sam being interviewed by New Zealand Bridge on her bridge research. The club is mentioned several times.
Click on www.nzbridge.co.nz and then when you get to the website click on bridge zone to hear the interview.
Stirling University are for the first time starting a bridge club. Fancy taking on a new challange and learning something new? If you like games then bridge might be for you. The University are teaming up with bridge club to encourage people young and old to take up bridge. Hopefully any new people joining the university bridge club will eventually make there way to our club. The university are running free taster sessions on the 25 July and 15 August in the PGR Zone in the University library (fine to just turn up). For further details please see menu item on the left hand side. Queries to: email@example.com.
Thursday evening sessions will now commence at 7pm instead of 7.15pm