For further details contact
Douglas Wright email@example.com
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Starting Tuesday 8th January 2019 Click here to download a Flyer
Daytime Tuesdays from September 2018 Click here for information
Monday mornings 10.15 to 12.15 at Parkview Centre
For details ring Sue 01932 400009 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Leatherhead Bridge Club is offering a 10 week course for improvers on Friday evenings at 7.30pm
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Click here to go to Leatherhead Bridge Club's Homepage
Richmond Bridge Club the country's most popular affiliated club have a range of courses designed to meet every need from Beginners to Advanced.
Please click on this link to see what is available
Wimbledon Bridge Club has a full teaching program.
Surrey County is looking to provide as complete an Archive as possible. To this end, we have set up a menu item with multiple pages and aim to complete as much of these as we can. If you have any articles, stories, information, results, photos etc - please send to us via the form (Click Here)
The latest Newsletter is now available and details changes to the website and how to use the new style. Archive newsletters and other news items are also available - click here or on the "News" item in the top menu
Click here for the Club Champions in terms of Master Points. The full listing is available within the EBU links (top menu on home page) and this is the filtered table of Surrey Clubs only.
Surrey is keen to promote Surrey Club Events.
All Events will be shown in the Club News & Teachers section (Click Here) and the "next" event will be displayed on the Home Page (2nd box)
Did you know, each club is entitled to run up to 2 Blue Point events each year - contact us for details or assistance
- if you would like us to publicise your Club event, please
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25th May 2018. In preparation for this SCBA have published a Privacy Notice and Safeguarding Guidelines. These may be found in the SCBA Governance section of our Library or by clicking on the link below.
Surrey Events are open to all EBU members regardless of their county affiliation
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Note that Junior Players (under 25 at the beginning of the calendar year) will now be charged half price for entry to Surrey Events
Surrey League & Novice League Finals
(E-mail will be issued to eligible teams)
Click here for more information on these and future Surrey County events
Richmond are holding the National Pairs Qualifier 10 March and Final 6 & 7 April, and the Portland Pairs 24 March this year. Further details are on Richmond Bridge Club's website. (Click Here)
National Pairs Cost will be £29.00 and Portland Pairs £32.00. Go to your MyEBU to book these events
We are organising training activities to help the development of bridge players at all levels. These events hopefully will build upon and compliment training activities held in Clubs. If Clubs have training activities which they wish to promote to all players please contact Douglas Wright
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Director Training Oxshott
22 February 2019 - Book/Judgement Rulings Day 2
8 March 2019 - Assessment
There are numerous Club Teachers courses which have already been organised in 2019. We are trying to organise some more in Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex. In the meantime, you can help your clubs by attending:
Stretford BC - Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th February 2019
Faversham BC - Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th February 2019
Wetherby BC - Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th March 2019
Aylesbury (EBU) - Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th March 2019
Horsham BC - Thursday 11th and Friday 12th April 2019
Free places for affiliated clubs - Some clubs affiliated to the EBU may be able to receive a 'free place' on these courses. They should book on the course as per https://www.ebedcio.org.uk/club-teacher-training , and a club official should email the EBU's Club Liaison Officer - email@example.com - and advise her of the details of the club member who is attending the course, and confirm that the club has approved their attendance on its behalf. Applications for a free place should only be made if it will be used in the spirit for which it is intended – to help a member provide lessons to bring new players in to the club as part of a club-wide effort to grow the membership and help the club thrive.
Anyone who wishes to discuss becoming a teacher please contact Douglas Wright on 07801 989630
Upcoming events in our neighbouring counties
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