Ladder and Knockout information can be found under Club Competitions in the main menu
Revised ladder results for June are now available on the ladder page.
The knockout semi final details are now on the Thursday Knockout page
The picture gallery is now back. If you want a picture removed or added please let Jan know
We have two sessions of bridge a week on Monday and Thursday evenings. On Thursdays you can ask for assistance and advice whilst bidding if required so those who have already learnt the basics of the game can start to play duplicate bridge.
If you have already played duplicate bridge for a couple of years and want to play at a faster pace then our Monday evening sessions may suit you better. Both sessions are relaxed and friendly and new players are always welcome.
We are based at Trinity United Reform Church, Freelands Road, Bromley - for further details visit the information page
The club is not suitable for those who have not yet had some form of tuition. Guidance on some sources of learning can be found on the useful links page.
As well as playing duplicate bridge there are the occasional teams events and bridge weekends - for more details click on club weekends and Events
We are not affiliated to the EBU but try to abide by their rules and code of conduct.
Click here to see the gallery. If you have any pictures you want to add please email them.
The latest club weekend was at the View Hotel, Eastbourne, 15th-17th February 2019. Congratulations to Pauline and Clive on winning the Carol Cup. The full results can be viewed by clicking here.
The next weekend is 8-10th November at the same venue.
Congratulations to team 8: Stephen, Chris, Mary and Kay. The overall results table can be seen here.
On the second Monday of every month we hold the cash ladder. The rules and results can be seen on the Club Competitions page. We also hold a Thursday knockout competition. The draw and results can also be seen on the Club Competitions page. At our weekends away the duplicate sessions are played to win the Carol Cup. Once a year we remember absent friends and play for the Diana Cup.