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Next Bridge Day
Next Bridge Day

We look forward to resuming our Thursday meetings

at the Bo'ness library at 10.30am

 when the current crisis is over.

Visitors please feel free to contact the club for more detailed information.

Visitors welcome - All levels

Please come and join us. 

No partner needed.

We are a friendly and welcoming group!

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if interested please email bonessbridge@gmail.com or phone 07714 647047 or visit www.bridgewebs.com/boness

Bo'ness Bridge Club

Bo'ness Bridge Club started by Sheila Cochrane in January 2014 initially to give players new to Bridge a friendly place to play, learn and improve.  It is based in the library of the historic town of Borrowstounness on the south bank of the Firth of Forth, 17 miles from Edinburgh and 7 miles from Falkirk. The club meets in the upstairs room of the Bo'ness Library, a renovated 17th century building every Thursday from 10.30am-12.30pm.

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Welcome to Bo'ness Bridge Club
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Important

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We regularly play online on Thursday mornings at 10.30am and other times.

Please contact us if you'd be interested in a game.

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Latest Donation
Latest Donation

Lynn Holleran, the co-ordinator if the Tuesday Club of St Andrew's Church, Bo'ness 

accepted a donation from the Bo'ness Bridge Club on behalf of the Dementia Group.

Latest Update
Latest Update

Late Christmas celebratory meal in Richmond Park Hotel, Bo'ness.

Experienced or novice, young or not so young, if you're interested in joining us then please get in touch using the email link - Contact the club - at the bottom of the page or simply turn up and you'll receive a warm welcome!

Bo'ness Bridge Club in action

Playing bridge at the club in Bo'ness library.

Join us for some bridge and tea and coffee.

 

Bo'ness Bridge Club in action