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Prestwick Cafebridge day on Tuesday 7th June

Strathhaven Cafebridge Day on Wednesday 8th June

Perth CaféBridge Day on Saturday 19th August 

Dunkeld CaféBridge on Tuesday 24th October in aid of Alzheimer Scotland

Plockton CaféBridge on Thursday 26th October in aid of Rag Tag Textile

Congresses are good fun and good value!

The smallish Scottish weekend congresses are always good fun. Usually in a 3 star hotel, all in rates, with lots of competitive bridge and a nice town to explore. 



Newtonmore, run by the Ness Club Inverness. 


Oban, run by Oban Bridge Club

Strathpeffer, run by Dingwall Bridge Club


Montrose, run by Dundee Bridge Club


another in Newtonmore, run by the Ness Club


Arran, run by Paisley Bridge Club



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The Isla Bridge Club champions
The Isla Bridge Club champions

The winning pair after a winter of play at the Isla Bridge Club are Liz Stark and Carol Bisset, seen here after being presented with the silver trophy last week in the Dome, Blairgowrie. 
The Isla Club is a friendly, non SBU affiliated group which meets every Monday evening in the Redhouse Hotel, Coupar Angus for about 24 hand dealt boards. They welcome visitors and new members. 
And both these lovely ladies are playing on Monday in our next Day of Bridge at BirnamArts..... 


Last updated : 10th Jun 2022 13:37 BST

Last updated : 9th Jul 2022 07:30 BST
2022 Days of Bridge 1,2 and 3 at BirnamArts £££

The first Day of Bridge using BriAnBridge scoring on smart phones on Monday 23rd May had 7 tables playing and made £165  for Macmillan Cancer Support. 
The second one on 11th July had 36 players and made £215 for the charity. 
And the third one, which was postponed, took place on Monday 26th September with 7 full tables again. Making £291 to be banked for Macmillan. 

So a grand total of  £671  made by Carol Bisset and Vivien Phillips by running a raffle with donations. Well done those Macmillan fundraisers! 
In the interests of transparency….

Players paid £16 each for each tournament and the catering was £13 pp. 
The  profit of £176  from the 3 Days paid for the prizes and has bought the scoring credits, flyers, stickers, balloons and other jolly necessities to help get the Dunkeld CaféBridge Day set up. 
We’re sorted now and ready to go on Thursday 27th October. 
Looking forward to seeing you all then! 
Thanks to all who participated. 
Huge thanks to BirnamArts too for great hospitality and catering. 
It was fun! 



Last updated : 27th Sep 2022 12:36 BST
Christmas Jumper Pairs

The pairs winners were NS Iain Park and Mike Woodcock and EW Fiona Harris and Bob Ross. 
No prizes for the best Christmas jumper but there were some crackers! 


Last updated : 19th Jan 2023 16:02 GMT


The GRAND total raised  for Macmillan Cancer Support from the CaféBridge Day and the raffles at the three days in BirnamArts and at the CaféBridge Day-is £2036. 

At the CaféBridge Day, 106 players played 27 games throughout Dunkeld. 

Huge thanks to all who came and played. To the venues for setting aside tables. And particularly big thank you to our visiting 

TD and Scorer Victor Lesk who raced up and down the village and all the results were in by 4.30. WHAT A TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR! Just amazing! 

Please add any photos  to the joint Plockton/Dunkeld album





Last updated : 19th Jan 2023 17:16 GMT