Watford & Bushey Bridge Club Tel No05601 114 470 or email: wbbcemail@gmail.com for any queries.

Visitors are welcome but partners are needed on Tuesdays and Fridays. From 10th Jan the visitor table money is £5.

Need a Partner/Team Mates? Call Donald Reid on 01923 227 969 at dreidd@aol.com

Learning Programme
Exciting New Summer Programme to Improve Your Bridge.

All Bridge classes and courses for Watford and Bushey Bridge Club are held at:
Bushey Sports Club, Aldenham Rd, Bushey WD23 2TR.

If you have any queries or want more information please
call: 05601 114 470 or email: wbbcemail@gmail.com.

No Partners are needed for any of the following.


Watford and Bushey Bridge Club are offering the following courses for you over the summer period. Please click on "option" at each section to get the details of topics, costs, dates and times. You are welcome to attend more than one Option. 


Option  For beginners and improvers we have a series of nine revision classes on various topics lead by Rosalind Campbell and Jim Blair. No pre booking required.


Option For improvers we are offering a series of 4 classes run by Peter Lewy on improving your card play. Booking is recommended.


 Option We also offer six classes on Advanced Card Play by Peter Clark. Booking is required and you are recommended to book early.


In addition we run the following sessions EVERY week except on Bank Holidays. No Partners needed. No booking necessary - just turn up 10 minutes before the start time. Click on the session title to see more information about times, venue, costs etc.
Supervised Play Wednesday from
2pm to 4:30pm. 

We offer supervised play sessions for all levels and for anyone who wants to practice with expert assistance on hand.

Gentle Duplicate Mondays from
9:45am to 12:15pm
A light introduction to duplicate bridge and for those who like to play at a slower pace. We play approximately 15 boards. 
Social Duplicate Thursdays from
9:45am to 12:45pm
A friendly game of duplicate game aimed at improvers to intermediate bridge players played at a slightly more relaxed pace.