If any of your details change, home address, telephone number or email address please contact Allan Luckin on 01903 714778 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent research has found that playing bridge has a statistically significant positive effect on wellbeing. Researchers at Stirling University, in conjunction with the English Bridge Education and Development, undertook a survey of over 7000 people, most of whom were bridge players. A majority of respondents indicated that playing bridge brought benefits to them personally in the form of the game having a competitive element, facilitating socialising with friends and most commonly being mentally stimulating and deriving enjoyment from the activity. This contributed to a greater sense of wellbeing than average. (taken from EBU website). Playing in our lovely Georgian Building is an added bonus for us.
A relaxed duplicate practice session is held on Monday afternoon. More time is given to play each hand than during a normal club session. This session is open to non-members, no partner needed 13:45 to 16:45.
There is no Supervised Play session on 27th August, Bank Holiday Monday.
Please arrive at the club at least 10 minutes before the published start time to allow the TD and Bridgemate operator time to set up the session.
Congratulations to Roger Bill and Carolyn Warry who won the SCCBA Venture Pairs at Worthing Bridge Club on Sunday 24th June.
Congratulations to Valerie Benson, Winner of the Woodham Cup 2018.
Many thanks to Dinah, for organising the Event and to Dinah, Veronica and Lesley for providing the cakes and savouries. A very successful and enjoyable afternoon of Bridge!
A team from The Bognor Club are winners of the Sussex League Division 3. Paul Londesborough, John Austin, Roger Bill and Ron Seymour won all their matches against teams from across the County.
Bridge is a fascinating Card Game, it is also a wonderful social pastime that exercises the brain and keeps you young! so why not learn to play by joining our eginners course. If you know the basics and want to find how much more enjoyment can be had by raising the level of your game, take the improvers course at The Bognor Club.
Starting September 2018
Learn to Play Bridge in 10 Weeks: A Beginners Bridge Course, Tues evenings.
A 10 Week Improvers Bridge Course on Thursday afternoons starting 20th September.
Both courses are open to Non-Members
Learn to play this challenging and fun game in our lovely Georgian Grade II listed building in Bognor. £80 for 10 lessons.
For more information contact John Austin Tel. 01243 823900 or Jennie Wright Tel 01243 583856 or email email@example.com
During the week there is a session to suit everybody with a practice bridge session on Monday afternoon, gentle bridge on Thursday evening and regular club sessions on Monday evening, Tuesday and Friday afternoons, and alternate Saturday evenings. Don't be left out, if you are without a partner remember that there is a standby on Monday evening, or you can arrange a partner using the “find a partner” facility, see below.
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Would you like to know more? See what the English Bridge Union and Andrew Robson, a highly regarded bridge player and teacher have to say about this intriguing game.
It is easy to learn, but rather more difficult to master, start by joining one of our beginners class here at the Bognor Club. Once you have mastered the basics you can put you knowledge into practice at the Club’s Monday afternoon beginners duplicate session. These sessions are open to non-members and might be of interest to those who have played a little bridge and would like to try duplicate. Contact Jennie Wright for more information. 01243 583856
When your game is up to speed the club’s Thursday evening gentle bridge session prepares you for the regular club sessions held through out the week. For more information and how to apply for club membership contact Allan Luckin, 01903 714778, firstname.lastname@example.org
There is always heat available in the Bridge Room. If players are cold the Director can increase the room target temperature by pressing the button with the up arrow on the front of the control and the heating will come on. Half a degree is usually enough. The lower button will reduce the room temperature. Please use this instead of turning the radiator valves off.
Please do not open the control and alter the internal settings.
Please help the TDs on Saturday nights by indicating you intend to play by signing up on the list in the club for that night. If you are unable to sign up in person would you please let Jennie Wright or Eileen Hand know you intend to play.
New members and visitors are always given a warm welcome.
For more information please contact our secretary Jennie Wright on 01243 583856