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Welcome to Burwash Duplicate Bridge Club
Christmas Lunch

🎄🎄Our Christmas lunch will be held at midday on Friday 10th December at The Bear and we will play bridge afterwards. 🎄🎄

 

Jenny has circulated the menu.

 

We hope you can make it

 

🥂🍷🎄🎄

 

 

BURWASH DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB
BURWASH DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB

 

We are a young at heart, very friendly bridge club which meets every Friday afternoon in the conservatory at The Bear, High Street, Burwash. Our aim is to welcome all bridge players who would like to play in a friendly, enjoyable atmosphere which is slightly more competitive than playing at home.

Although you need to be able to play bridge, you do not need previous experience of duplicate bridge. Our members will help you. You do not need to come with a partner as we will pair you up with another member. 

 

Please arrive by 1.45pm at the latest so that we can start playing by 2pm.

 

 

 

Why do People Play Bridge?

Why do people play bridge?

 'Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty.  Anyone who keeps learning stays young.  The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.Henry Ford

''No matter where I go, I can always make new friends at the bridge table.'  Martina Navratilova

The health and wellbeing benefits of Bridge.  'Recent academic work has shown a link between mental activity and maintenance - or even improvements - in mental health and wellbeing. From research by Stirling University, in conjunction with the charity English Bridge Education and Development, found that playing bridge has a statistically significant positive effect on wellbeing. Other studies have found that activities such as playing bridge reduces the incidences of dementia.

♣ Bridge is also recognised as an important contributor to socialisation, with many people enjoying the 'community spirit' that exists within a bridge club.'  English Bridge Union

Results
Director: Susan Dix
Scorer: Dianne Steele
Director: Susan Dix
Scorer: James Savage
Director: Lorraine Lea
Scorer: David Hilbourne