COULD YOU PLEASE RETURN THE MONTHLY TROPHIES ON THE FIRST MONDAY OR FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH.
CLICK HERE to go to Bridge Tuition - "Ann's Bridge Classes" item (11) for an excellent article on "The Role of the Declarer" and item (9) Calling the Director.
It was to good to see Diana at the Hol;iday Inn. How thoughtful of Mary to bring her along to our 'Away Days.'
Contact Ann (01263 733889)
Follow the link "Bridge Tuition", then "Ann's Bridge Classes", then "Declarer Play Hands" for ways of making extra tricks. Or just click on this bulletin to take you directly there.
Do you know where Val and Keith are? I wonder if they played Bridge or just held good hands!
Click this link to go direct to "Hand of the week" Please give me any other interesting hands you would like included.
Congratulations to Jill Cadley and Marion Lawrence for winning the Barbara Dick-Cleland Trophy.
Fancy a change from Bridge? Click here to go to "Fun Stuff" and test your skills at "Sudoku", "Pacman" or "Who wants to be a Millionaire?"
CLICK THE LINK ABOVE FOR YOUR DAILY SUDOKU
Please let us have a photograph of yourself from the past, possibly as a young child or a more recent unusual photograph. Later we will have a "Who's Who?"competition to guess the name of the person in each photograph and the approximate year it was taken. We need your help to make this fun competition successful so please find a suitable picture to give to Cathy or Ann.
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Are you a fan of tantalising word puzzles? Then you'll love this postal quiz! It is an entertaining set of 100 clues with a devious mix of cryptic and general knowledge. Entry is only £1, (but you can give more if you want to!). There is a first prize of £50, with £40 for second place and £30 for third. All profits are donated to charity.
A Bridge Player was polishing a metal lamp when suddenly out popped a genie who said, “I can grant you one wish and one wish only.”
The Bridge Player unfolded a map of the world and said, “I wish that all of the countries in the world could live in peace and harmony.”
“Hmm that's a really hard one" said the genie. "Have you got another wish?"
The Bridge Player thought for a minute and then said “ I wish I could be a really good bridge player and come top every week.”
“Hmm...." the genie pondered. “Can I see that map again.”
Perhaps you can do better. If so please let Cathy or Ann have your 'Bridge Jokes' for inclusion on this page.
"And the Judges gave four tens!"
What goes on when we all go home?
No more "One Heart, One Spade, Double etc. etc etc." but more like "Shuffle, Hop-Step, Ball -Change"
According to a national report by the Alzhiemers Society "Bridge" is top of the league for maintaining mental alertness, and tap dancing is top of the league for physical developement in retired people. We shall have to ask Barbara for a few tips!
CLICK THE LINK ABOVE TO PLAY THE MATHONAIRE GAME