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We will be taking part in the Wake Up Wells Community Day on Saturday the 26th of January when more than 100 local organisations will be publicising what they do. The event will take place in the Cathedral and surrounding buildings from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and we would like to exhibit a table of people actually playing bridge for the whole of this time. 

Please email Geoff Davies if you can offer an hour or two of your time.  State when you are available and how many hours you are willing to play.  e.g. I can play for a couple of hours any time between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.. 

Best Behaviour
Best Behaviour at Bridge

Bridge is an extremely enjoyable game. Courteous behaviour is an exceptionally important part of that enjoyment.
This guide serves as a brief reminder of how to behave at the bridge table.   We are sure that all players naturally follow this code of conduct but there are times when concentration and pressure can take their toll and it is for these situations that we issue this as a reminder.

Greet others in a friendly manner prior to start of play on each round.
Be a good "host" or "guest" at the table.
Make bridge enjoyable for yourself, partner and opponents.
Give credit when opponents make a good bid or play.
Ensure that your mobile phone is turned off.
Enjoy the company as well as the game.

Remember that it is rude to criticise your partner or opponents in public, to be less than polite at the table, to gloat over good results or object to a call for the tournament director or to dispute or argue about a director’s ruling.

Please call the director if you think you may have been affected by bad behaviour. You will be helping others as well as yourselves

As in all games that are governed by rules and regulations, bad behaviour will be penalised .....

If a player at the table behaves in an unacceptable manner, the director should be called immediately.