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Hayward's Heath to Horsham was a tough walk. 15 miles in hot conditions meant a six hour slog but through some absolutely stunning countryside.
We arrived at Horsham who once again made us feel completely welcome.
We raised a staggering £1150 and no, that's not a typo. It includes a personal donation of £1000 made by one of the Horsham members that took our breath away. This means we have now broken through the £3500 barrier raising money for Alzheimer's Research UK & Youth Bridge in Sussex.
Winners this time around were Kamran Nadim (not pictured) & Andrew Morris.
Thank-you once again to all at Horsham for a great evening.
See results and more pictures.
The hottest days of the year didn’t stop 63 juniors aged 7 to 21 from playing bridge almost non-stop at the Southern Counties Junior Bridge Camp at Ardingly College on 7th and 8th July. The competitions took place in the impressive Ardingly Chapel - surely a first for bridge?
Highlights included the master-class on high-level competitive bidding by Espen and Helen Erichsen and .....
We wish the England U-16 team, who used the event as their final training, the best of luck at the World Cup in August.
Three juniors were awarded their EBED mini-bridge award, six their bronze award, one his gold, and four platinum.
Four brave girls opted to play rounders in 30 degrees of heat but most juniors and adults opted either to use the Ardingly swimming pool or (after a rapid programme alteration) to watch the World Cup football.
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William Bourne (Organiser)
Over half way there. Leg 16 was a pleasant 16-mile walk from Bognor to West Worthing.
We were met by a really friendly club that went out of their way to make us feel welcome and raised a magnificent £129 for Alzheimer's & Sussex Junior Bridge.
Roy Harden and John Buckland ran out winners of the Trophy but special thanks to Greg Brown & Pam Graves.
See results and full report and more pictures.
Congratulations to Roger Bill and Carolyn Warry who won this year's SCCBA Venture Pairs at Worthing Bridge Club on Sunday June 24th.
The runners-up were Peter Harrison and Richard Moore.
Many thanks to organiser Eileen Perrigo and director Laurence Chiswell.
Among the next SCCBA events are the :-
You can enter most events by using an on-line entry form and paying via Internet or Telephone Banking or you can print off an entry form and post it with your cheque. Why not go to the Entry Forms section and make your choice now?
Surrey be holding Green Point events at Guildford in September - a Swiss Pairs on Saturday September 22nd and a Swiss Teams on Sunday September 23rd.
Also in the Entry Forms section are details of :-
Book your places now for the EBU/SCCBA Green-Pointed Swiss Teams at Patcham on Sunday July 22nd.
Read Richard Fedrick’s latest (June 4th) update to see how Sussex Teams are doing nationally