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The club is now registered on MEMPAD, a computerised data base with information on SBU districts, clubs and members including their Master Points ranking. For those who have not already done so and wish to log on to MEMPAD, send an Email to "" quoting your Master Points number (it's the same number as your SBU membership number on your membership card). You will receive instructions as how to log on using your Master Points number as your user name (ID). If you are not registered with MEMPAD, you will not be able to play in ANY competitions - Club or SBU. If you would like to logon to Mempad, click HERE. If you need any assistance, please contact Cathy or Steven H


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This page has information and news of interest to the members. For a full list of forthcoming events, see "Calendar" on the menu and for a list of results see "Results".
Biggar Bridge Club held its annual Christmas lunch on Sunday 8th December in the Cornhill Castle Hotel. Jane Molineux, chairman, welcomed 57 members. After lunch, Michael Mackenzie recited some amusing bridge Malapropisms and the "Snake" a delightful poem by DH Lawrence. There followed several hands of bridge yet again ably directed by Tony Smith. Thanks to the committee for organising the event, to Philip and Wallace for transporting tables etc, to Maura for her Irish Bingo and to many others who contributed to the success of the afternoon.  The committee would welcome feedback so if any member wishes to do so,  please comment before the next committee meeting on 14th Jan 2020. 

Last updated : 6th Mar 2020 00:55 GMT

The Mike Turnbull Trophy was held in the club-room on Sunday 24th November and won this year by Brian McKenzie and Ian Henderson. Congratulations to them. Runners-up were Philip Hudson and Vanessa Rogers with Jane Molineux and Eleanor Weir in 3rd place. Thanks to Lorna for her delicious home-baking. Several members then went to the Crown afterwards for supper. The photo shows the trophy being presented to the winners by Jane Molineux. 

Last updated : 6th Mar 2020 00:54 GMT
National Competition in aid of Children in Need
National Competition in aid of Children in Need
In the recent national simultaneous pairs competition in aid of Children in Need Cathy Cursiter and Stephen Hagan came top out of 1,589 pairs, playing in 105 clubs in 3 countries. Our Club raised £133 for Children in Need. This was an amazing success for Cathy and Stephen and many congratulations to them.
Last updated : 3rd Mar 2020 23:57 GMT
Duncan Cursiter Workshop

The club would like to thank Duncan Cursiter who led a TD workshop on Sunday 16th Feb. 13 members attended a most informative and enjoyable session. This was not just aimed at aspiring TDs and we all benefitted from his experience, learning mainly about the Laws of Bridge. We were delighted that he agreed to make this his final TD course as he is retiring very soon. Some members then went to the Crown for a delicious carvery lunch.


Last updated : 3rd Mar 2020 23:51 GMT
Cue Bidding Workshop

Although the workshop held on Sunday 14th July clashed with several major sporting events, 12 members participated, learning about cue bidding.

Thanks to Cathy for leading this and to Lorna for her delicious home-made biscuits.

Last updated : 5th Aug 2019 00:18 BST

Sadly our oldest member Grace Steele, aged 99, died on Monday 15th July.

Last updated : 5th Aug 2019 00:18 BST
Biggar Team Success
Biggar Team Success

Congratulations to the Biggar team who won Division 2 of the Lanarkshire Bridge Association League and have been promoted to Division 1. The photo shows Biggar team captain Cathy Cursiter receiving the winners' trophy from Association President John Kelly.

Last updated : 17th Jul 2019 16:20 BST
Slam Bidding Workshop

The workshop on slam bidding held on Sunday 16th June was attended by 18 members with 15 going for supper after. It was a fun and informative afternoon and the club would like to thanks Cathy for her input.

Last updated : 17th Jul 2019 16:19 BST

Jane Molineux, Chair of Biggar Bridge Club, presents a cheque for £150 to Ranald McGregor, Chair of Biggar and District Men's Shed during the recent visit to Biggar of the Mobile Men's Shed.

Last updated : 2nd Jul 2019 10:29 BST
T.D. Training

Duncan Cursiter gave a very informative and enjoyable lecture on all aspects of tournament direction to a well attended meeting on the afternoon of Sunday 14th April. Though aimed at budding T.D.s the information was appreciated by all present as it not only made everyone more appreciative of the work done by current members but also showed how a better understanding by all can lighten the load and improve our enjoyment of the game.
A very big thank you to Duncan.

Last updated : 4th Jun 2019 16:11 BST
A.G.M. 2019

Biggar Bridge Club's AGM was held on Sunday 24th April. Cathy Cursiter, retiring Chairperson, handed over to Jane Molineux at the close of business. The committee for 2019 will be:-

Chairperson - Jane Molineux, Vice-chair – Colin Young, Treasurer – Beverley Lintern, Secretary – Norma Perry, Past Chairperson – Cathy Cursiter, Ordinary members - Kaye Brown and Wallace Leadbitter.

At the meeting, it was decided to keep table money at £3 but no longer provide sweets. Further discussion followed about charity status, Christmas lunch format and league teams. Stuart McKay ended the meeting with a demonstration of AV equipment. Twenty eight people stayed on to play some bridge then fifteen went to the Crown for a lovely supper.

The committee and the club would like to wish Jane all the best as she begins her new role as Chairperson.

Last updated : 15th Apr 2019 00:13 BST

Congratulations to the Biggar team who came top of the Lanarkshire Div 2 Bridge League and will be promoted to Div 1 for next season.

Last updated : 15th Apr 2019 00:07 BST
Ecats Competition for Children in Yemen

The Ecats competition raised £230 for the children in Yemen. Thanks to those who participated in the event and to those who made generous donations. Winners were E/W Eleanor Weir/Maria de Marco and N/S Gavin Lambie/May Cameron.

Last updated : 25th Mar 2019 18:19 GMT
Christmas Dinner 2018
Christmas Dinner 2018
Biggar Bridge Club held its annual Christmas lunch on Sunday 9th December in the Cornhill Hotel. Cathy Cursiter, chairperson, welcomed 53 members, including 8 beginners. After an excellent lunch, Michael Mackenzie recited some amusing verses followed by several hands of bridge ably directed by Tony Smith. Winners were: Section A- N/S Norma Perry + Kaye Brown; E/W Stephen Hagan + Margaret Moffat. Section B N/S Ian Bell + Jean Durie;  E/W Mary McKenzie and Ruth Bryden. The photo shows the committee waiting to welcome their guests.




Last updated : 17th Jan 2019 00:34 GMT

The club's recent charity event in aid of Children in Need raised £144.

Thanks to all who participated.

Last updated : 17th Dec 2018 21:35 GMT
Mike Turnbull Cup 2018

The Mike Turnbull Trophy held on Sunday 25th November was won by Cathy Cursiter and Maggie Dunbar with a tie for 2nd place between Ian Henderson/Philip Hudson and May Cameron/Gavin Lambie. The photo shows past Chairman Tony Smith presenting the trophy to the winners.

Mike Turnbull Cup 2018
Last updated : 17th Dec 2018 21:34 GMT
Joint Charity Event 2018
Joint Charity Event 2018

Biggar Bridge Club recently held a charity event with Peebles Bridge Club to raise funds for Lanarkshire Cancer Care. This organisation provides volunteer drivers to transport patients to and from hospital. Members were delighted to welcome Marie McCann and to present her with a cheque for £260. The winners overall were Gordon Finch and Gordon Milne of Peebles who narrowly defeated May Cameron and Gavin Lambie of Biggar. The photo shows Cathy Cursiter, chair of Biggar Bridge Club presenting Mrs McCann with the cheque.

Last updated : 7th Nov 2018 11:01 GMT
Charity event on Thursday 9th August

Biggar, Peebles and Powmill will take part in a sims pair event organised by Peebles with a similar format to the one we played last year. Our chosen charity will be Lanarkshire Cancer Care Trust and entry fee will be a minimum of £5.00 all of which will go to the charity. Please add your name to the list on the notice-board.  Partners will be found. 

Last updated : 29th Aug 2018 15:57 BST
The Club's AGM was held on Sunday 18th March

After conclusion of business, we enjoyed coffee and cakes followed by 7 tables of bridge with the winners N/S Vanessa and Ruth and E/W Archie and Beverley. 9 members then went to the "Elph" for supper. Minutes of the AGM have been circulated and a copy is on the noticeboard.

Last updated : 21st Apr 2018 11:25 BST
Christmas Lunch 2017
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Biggar Bridge Club's annual Christmas lunch was held on Sunday 3rd December in the upstairs room of the Elphinstone Hotel. After a welcome drink, lunch was served, followed by an amusing poem read by David Tedman. Tony Smith directed a rather boisterous 12 hands of bridge with a break for coffee, mince pies and Christmas songs by Biggar Uke3A. Vice-chair, Jane Molineux proposed a vote of thanks. Winners of section A were N/S Grace Steele and Ruth Bryden, E/W Mary Mckenzie and Anne Hunt. Section B winners were N/S Cathy Cursiter and Mario de Marco, E/W Archie Hunter and Wallace Leadbitter.

Last updated : 8th Feb 2018 22:52 GMT

Last weeks two charity nights raised a total of £144 for Children in Need.

Last updated : 8th Dec 2017 18:22 GMT

The annual Mike Turnbull Cup tournament took place on Sunday 12th October.  Thanks to Tony Smith for directing play for sixteen members. This was a smaller number than in previous years but those attending had a really enjoyable afternoon, with a delicious tea break.   Partners were drawn at random which provided a fun opportunity to play with different members.  Winners were Maggie Dunbar and Marion Macmillan with Cathy Cursiter and Michael Mackenzie runners-up.  A few members went on to an excellent supper at the 'Elph' to round off the day.

Also a reminder of the Christmas lunch on Sun 3rd Dec. £20 payable by 27th Nov.

Last updated : 8th Dec 2017 18:21 GMT
20th Anniversary event
  • Cathy Cursiter welcomes members and guests
  • Club/Cutting the cake
  • Honours board unveiled

On Sunday 1st October, Biggar Bridge Club celebrated its 20th anniversary with a special fund-raising event in aid of St Andrews Hospice. Cathy Cursiter, Chairperson, welcomed members and visitors. Mrs Beth Wilson gave a comprehensive account of the club's origins. Today it has a membership of almost one hundred and occupies its own premises in Market Road, Biggar. Mrs Wilson unveiled an honours board (made by club member Philip Hudson) listing herself as President and all Chairpersons since 2011, and cut a large celebration cake. Players then enjoyed a session of bridge. Congratulations to winners N/S P Hudson and I Henderson, E/W M Curle and T Brown.

 During interval, Mrs Margot Leadbitter spoke briefly about her work as a volunteer with St Andrews Hospice. The club is delighted to have raised the sum of £310 for the Hospice.

The committee would like to thank all those whose hard work made this such a successful and enjoyable afternoon.

Last updated : 16th Nov 2017 00:33 GMT
Kello Hospital

Cathy has presented a cheque for £107 to the Kello being the proceeds from the bridgefest night played recently.

Last updated : 30th Aug 2017 00:56 BST
An amazing achievement.
An amazing achievement.

Members congratulate Grace Steele on her 97th birthday.

Last updated : 16th Jun 2017 11:06 BST
Scoring Gremlins and change to Scorebridge

The club aplologises for errors in scoring the two sessions on Monday April 10. Unfortunately both sessions will be invalid for Master Points. The club is changing from Pairs Scorer to Scorebridge, the scoring system recommended by the SBU. Stuart McKay is attending to the technicalities, and once it is installed, training workshops on the new system will be arranged for the scorers.

Last updated : 13th Apr 2017 10:30 BST

At the AGM on Sunday March 12, retiring chairman Tony Smith thanked retiring club secretary, Maura Hales,  for her sterling 6 years's service. He also thanked Deirdre Gardiner for her 3 years on the committee, and welcomed Jane Molineux as Vice-chairperson in support of Cathy Cursiter who will take over as Chairperson. Jane  will also act as club secretary. He also welcomed Norma Perry onto the committee who will be minutes secretary, and Kaye Brown who will replace Deirdre. Thanks were given to all the volunteers who carry out the various tasks behind the scenes to keep the club ticking over, but special mentions were given to Elizabeth St. John and her dealing team, Peter Hales for his help in preparing the accounts, and Cathy for running the classes and workshops. David Tedman, club treasurer, has taken over the administration of Master Points from Archie Hunter, and Wallace Leadbitter has taken over the administration of Simultaneous Pairs competitions, also from Archie.

After the formal business, some light-hearted social bridge was played, and several members convened to the Elphinstone for dinner.

Last updated : 13th Apr 2017 10:24 BST
Success in the Celtic Sims

Congratulations to Marion Macmillan and Archie Hunter who came second out of 226 pairs in the Celtic Simultaneous Pairs competition on Monday April 3. 

Last updated : 11th Apr 2017 17:53 BST
Lanarkshire League Results 2016-17

This was a disappointing season for both Biggar and Tinto teams. Biggar came seventh in Division One and will be relegtaed to the Second Divison next season, joining Tinto who had a modest campaign, winning two matches and coming fifth.

Last updated : 11th Apr 2017 17:51 BST
Club success in the Celtic Sim. Pairs

In the club's participation in the recent Celtic Simultaneous Pairs competition played by Bridge players in Scotland, Wales and Ireland, warm congratulations to Cathy Cursiter and Maggie Dunbar whose massive score of 75.85% was the highest out of 270 competing pairs on the Tuesday evening (December 6). Congratulations also to Jo Davies and Stuart McKay whose score of 65.89% the following evening  was ranked 4th out of 316 competing pairs.

Last updated : 20th Dec 2016 18:58 GMT
Christmas lunch - 2016
Christmas lunch - 2016

The Biggar Bridge Club held its annual Christmas lunch on Sunday December 4 in the Elphinstone Hotel, to which nearly 60 members attended. After a lovely festive meal, we were treated to several "Bridge" poems by Michale Mackenzie, the club Thespian!. His delivery of "The Tay Bridge" disaster by William Topaz McGonagall was particularly well recived. Tony Smith, the club chairman,, then donned his TD hat and organised 14 tables of Bridge with the winners each receiving a bottle of Prosecco. Coffee and mince pies rounded off a most enjoyable afternoon. Thanks go to Tony, Michael and the Committee as well as the hotel staff for ensuring all went smootthly. The photograph shows the comittee standing by as it greeted their guests.

Last updated : 18th Dec 2016 16:03 GMT
Michael Mackenzie
Michael Mackenzie

Michael wowing the members as he gave MacGonagall "laldy" at the Christmas lunch.

Last updated : 18th Dec 2016 15:59 GMT
Mike Turnbull Cup
Mike Turnbull Cup

Congratulations again to Cathy Cursiter and Maggie Dunbar who retained the cup on Sunday November 6, and to the runners up, Ian Henderson and Brian MacKenzie, and Eleanor Weir amd Maria de Marco. Once again, the committee pulled out all the stops and we enjoyed their fantastic catering to round off a very enjoyable afternoon.

Last updated : 14th Nov 2016 15:43 GMT
Chairman launches chairlift
Chairman launches chairlift

Tony Smith took the club's new chairlift on its maiden voyage last week. This will be a great asset to the club for those members who find the stairs a challenge.

Last updated : 22nd Sep 2016 22:19 BST
Lanarkshire League Results (2015-16)

Congratulations to the Biggar team for succeeding another year to maintain their place in the 1st Division. This is their 4th year in this competitive league. The Tinto team had a modest campaign, coming 5th, but as some members played league matches for the first time, overall this was a satisfactory performance.

Last updated : 11th Jun 2016 12:54 BST
AGM Sunday March 13, 2016

During this year's successful AGM, Tony Smith the Chairman paid special thanks to Roma Crone who, after five years' excellent service as club treasurer, is standing down. He then welcomed David Tedaman who is replacing Roma as treasurer, and Wallace Leadbitter who is joining the committee.

And a big thankyou to Maura Hales and the ladies of the committee for their delicious home baking at the end of the meeting, during which we all sang happy birthday to May Robinson. Sixteen members stayed on afterwards and made up four tables for a session of fun bridge, after which some rounded off the day with supper at the Elphinstone Hotel.

Last updated : 15th Mar 2016 20:45 GMT
Monday March 14 gremlins

Unfortunately the Bridgemate scoring of both sessions (afternoon and evening) on Monday March 14 were disrupted by the club computer unilaterally upgrading to Windows 10. This resulted in some of the hands not being registered. So regrettably these events are null-and-void and have been removed from the web-site. They shall not be registered for Master Points.

Last updated : 15th Mar 2016 20:26 GMT
Successful workshop

The workshop on Howell Movements and Slam Bidding held at the club on Sunday Feb. 21st was well attended and an enjoyable afternoon was had by all, fiollowed by a lovely meal at the "Elph". The club would like to thank Tony Smith and Cathy Cursiter for running this. A further workshop on cue bidding will be held at a later date (to be confirmed)

Last updated : 1st Mar 2016 11:32 GMT
Sunday December 6 -another successful club Christmas lunch
Sunday December 6 -another successful club Christmas lunch

Fifty members turned up for a highly enjoyable Christmas lunch at the Cornhill Hotel. The festivities got off to a great start with two renditions from Mike McKenzie with a little help from a certain Mr. W. Shakespeare. After an excellent meal we all settled down to what we all enjoy doing, playing Bridge. Once again a big thanks to the Committee for arranging it all and making sure it all ran like clockwork. The photograph shows the Committee ready to greet their guests.

Last updated : 7th Dec 2015 11:39 GMT
More on Mike McKenzie
More on Mike McKenzie

Mike McKenzie entertaining us at the Xmas lunch with his Thespian skills.

Last updated : 6th Dec 2015 23:48 GMT
Belated congratulations to Brian and Philip
Belated congratulations to Brian and Philip

Congratulations to Brian McKenzie and Philip Hudson who were the second Bronze winners at the Bridge Congress in the Peebles Hydro in October 2015. Russell Frame, President of the SBU, awarded the prize to the two worthy winners.

Last updated : 6th Dec 2015 23:47 GMT
Children in Need

A big thank you to all those members who took part in the Ecats Simultaneous Pairs for Children in Need on Monday November 9 and Thursday November 12. Despite a disappointing turn out for the Monday evening, the club still managed to raise £102 so maintaining our long standing tradition of supporting this charity.

Last updated : 13th Nov 2015 01:24 GMT
Cathy and Maggie triumph again
Cathy and Maggie triumph again

Congratulations to Cathy Cursiter and Maggie Dunbar who succeeded in retaining the Mike Turnbull Cup on Sunday November 1. Like last year, this was a highly enjoyable occasion with ten tables expertly directed by Tony Smith. A big thanks to the committee for the lovely baking we all enjoyed as we congratulated the winners.

Last updated : 5th Nov 2015 23:05 GMT
More on Grace
More on Grace

The club turned out in good numberts to toast Grace's 95th birthday. The club wish Grace all the very best and we look forward to the "century".

Last updated : 23rd Jun 2015 20:45 BST
Grace's 95th birthday
Grace's 95th birthday

To celebrate the recent 95th birthday of the club's oldest member, Grace Steele, members toasted Grace with some bubbly at the evening session of Tuesday June 2nd where Tony Smith, our chairman, presented the birthday girl with a cake.

Last updated : 3rd Jun 2015 13:14 BST
Lanarkshire League Association Division 1 results.

Congratulations to Biggar who amassed a respectable 38 points to secure 5th place and retain their position in this very competitive league for the 4th season running. Tinto did not fare so well in its 1st season in Division 1, amassing 26 points, the same as East Kilbride. As both teams had won/lost the same number of matches, the League had to examine aggregate match points. Unfortunately East Kilbride had 50 more points which is equivalent to 2/3 tricks which over 144 hands in 6 matches, it could hardly have been closer.

Last updated : 3rd Apr 2015 23:15 BST
Biggar go marching on in knock-out competition

Congratulations to the Biggar team who have made it to the semi final of the Lanarkshire Bridge Association Knock-out Competition. On Tuesday January 6, the team comprising Cathy Cursiter, Maggie Dunbar, Gavin Lambie and May Cameron defeated Blackwood and so go marching on.

Last updated : 7th Jan 2015 13:34 GMT
Christmas lunch at the Cornhill Hotel
Christmas lunch at the Cornhill Hotel

Sixty five mmbers attended another highly enjoyable Christmas lunch at the Cornhill Hotel on Sunday December 14. After the meal and the usual party games we settled down to play 16 hands of bridge, members pairing up by drawing names out of a hat (Pinky and Parky, Adam and Eve etc. etc.). Bottles of wine were presented to the winning pairs and to the losing pairs as "booby" prizes. The photograph shows the committee lined up waiting for their guests.

Last updated : 16th Dec 2014 14:33 GMT
Children in Need

Once again many thanks to all those who competed in the two Simultaneous Pairs competitions for Children in Need on November 10 and 13. This year the club raised £140.00 for thr charity.

Last updated : 28th Nov 2014 11:11 GMT
Cathy and Maggie win the Mike Turnbull Cup
Cathy and Maggie win the Mike Turnbull Cup

On Sunday October 26, the club held the Mike Turnbull Pairs Competition. With 8 tables and using a Howell movement under the skilful direction of Tony Smith, Cathy Cursiter and Maggie Dunbar prevailed as worthy winners. As this was the first time the competition was held, the club were delighted to welcome Mike's widow, Mary, and his daughter Rosemary. Mary donated this magnificent new trophy to the club in Mike's memory and presented it to Cathy and Maggie. This successful and very enjoyable event was rounded off with some bubbly and cake as we toasted the worthy winners.

Last updated : 27th Oct 2014 13:02 GMT
Lanarkshire Knock Out Cup

Congratulations to the Biggar team of four under the captaincy of Cathy Cursiter who won their first round match against Triple C Plus on Tuesday September 30. Cathy's team now joins the Tinto team captained by Archie Hunter in the second round (Archie's team drew the lucky straw and got a by for the first round). Second round matches to be played by January 14.

Last updated : 7th Oct 2014 12:48 BST
Club line up to say farewell to Steve Whiteford
Club line up to say farewell to Steve Whiteford

After the bubbly and cake, the club lined up with Steve for a photograph before returning to the cards.

Last updated : 3rd Aug 2014 12:41 BST
Farewell to Chris and Steve Whiteford
Farewell to Chris and Steve Whiteford

On Tuesday June 29, the club said farwell to Steve Whiteford as he and Chris, who unfortunately couldn't be present, are about to embark on their new life in the Black Isle. Cathy Cursiter got the ball rolling by presenting a cake to Steve who did the honours and made the first cut. Archie Hunter then, on behalf of the club, thanked Steve and Chris for all their help and participation in club activities and presented Steve with a framed photograph of Tinto Hill. After Steve's reply, the presentation was concluded withh bubbly and cake all round. Despite the festivities the club still managed to fit in 21 hands of bridge!

Last updated : 3rd Aug 2014 12:37 BST
New TDs for the club

On Sunday 15th June, Duncan Cursiter with Beth Wilson ran a successful workshop on tournament direction in the club. Eight members from the club attended, of whom three sat and passed the examination. So hearty congratulations to Cathy Cursiter, Tony Smith and Wallace Leadbitter who have been awarded their certificates and are now qualified Tournament Directors. This is significant progress for the club since hitherto, Beth Wilson was the only qualified Tournament Director in the club.

Last updated : 2nd Jul 2014 18:19 BST
Tinto Lanarkshire Division 2 Champions (2013/14)
Tinto Lanarkshire Division 2 Champions (2013/14)

At the Lanarkshire Bridge Association AGM in Hamilton Bridge Club on Thursday June 26, the President John Kelly awarded the Division Two Champions Cup to Archie Hunter, captain of Tinto. The photograph shows Archie with Cathy Cursiter, who also attended in her capacity as captain of the Biggar league team, holding the cup.

Last updated : 27th Jun 2014 12:59 BST
Ian Henderson wins cup
Ian Henderson wins cupCongratulations to Ian Henderson who won the Two Board Knock Out Cup competition in the Renfrew Congress held at Seamill Hydro on Sunday March 9.
Last updated : 24th Mar 2014 12:43 GMT
Evelyn and Cathy win the Bobby Crawford Trophy
Evelyn and Cathy win the Bobby Crawford Trophy Hearty congratulations to Evelyn MacArthur and Cathy Cursiter who on Tuesday April 23rd at the SBU Western District AGM in the Buchanan Club, Glasgow were presented with the Bobby Crawford Trophy awarded annually to the winners of the SBU Western District Simultaneous Pairs Championship. This is no mean feat as 152 pairs from clubs throughout the District competed for this trophy on March 18. The photograph shows the winning pair with the cup in our club.
Last updated : 30th Apr 2013 21:26 BST
ECATS Simultaneous Pairs in support of Children in Need
The club was pleased to continue their support of this annual event and raised 178 by participating in two Simultaneous Pairs Competitions on Monday November 12 and Thursday November 15.  Many thanks to all those involved and for their donations.
Last updated : 22nd Nov 2012 12:35 GMT