Wimbledon Bridge Club
Charity Event - All Welcome

On Sunday 25th March 2pm-5.30pm Elisabeth, Frances & Emily Bingham are holding an afternoon of friendly bridge and tea in support of two charities:

Clic Sargent helping children with cancer and Dig Deep projects for clean water in Kenya.

Tickets are £15 per player and include a cream tea and prizes.

Simple aggregate scoring.

All welcome including students and visitors.  Please sign up with a partner or as a table of 4.

There is a sign-up sheet in the Clubhouse or you can email Elisabeth on lbingham@talktalk.net

Payment will be taken on the day

Going to be LATE?

If you are going to arrive later than 12 minutes before the start of the session,

please call 

0208 947 0147 

so the director can include you in the numbers. Thank you! 

GREEN CARD for restricted convention sessions

Please click here to view the Green Card for use on Tuesday and Friday mornings.



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"I have just completed 2 years of lessons at the Wimbledon Bridge Club. I had not played previously. The teaching was fantastic, really enjoyable and I met some great people. The club is very friendly and supportive and makes it easy to progress to playing in general sessions; some are supervised to give you all the help you need and you can move to gentle competitive playing if you want to. There is something at the club for every level. I highly recommend it."  Mel 22/9/2016 


"I signed up for lessons two years ago with Wimbledon Bridge Club, when my son went to University. I have enjoyed the two year course and practice sessions. The teachers are very friendly, patient, helpful and approachable. Personally, you couldn't learn to play bridge in a better environment."  Linda  31/7/2016


"I started the Year 1 course with Ann about three years ago and found that the course was very well organised, lessons well planned and handout material very useful. Whilst I had played before many years ago at work, I felt that the use of Mini-Bridge to introduce the basic machinery of the game without over-loading beginners was an excellent idea, as it gave people time to absorb one set of ideas (the play) without having to worry about another (the bidding) at the same time. The encouragement and support from our teacher meant it was not long before most of us were playing at the Monday supervised 'Coffee & Cake' session - an excellent chance to practise what we had learned in class the week before."  Dave 29/7/2016  


"I joined the club about three years ago now. In my mid-sixties keen to learn something new, but with a degree of trepidation, I couldn't have found a better place to start playing. The classes are not only stimulating and well organised, but the marvellous teachers make them huge fun as well."  Sue E 17/7/2016