A typical cafe bridge event is a duplicate pairs bridge game set up over multiple cafes and restaurants. Pairs move to a new venue after each round, guided by a movement card or roadbook, while board sets remain on their starting tables throughout. The registration fee typically covers vouchers which are valid for refreshments at the venues, either for a single lunch or for a drink at each stop, depending on the style of event.
Cafe bridge has a social component, whether by raising money for a good cause, attracting sponsorship for bridge from regional institutions, or gaining custom for local businesses. Cafe drives also help make bridge visible to the wider public, thereby encouraging more people to consider taking it up.
There are two Cafe bridge events planned in Scotland. For details click on the links below.
SEE HIGHLAND DISTRICT WEB SITE.
Welcome to the Inverness Caledonian Bridge Club, Inverness.
During the pandemic, Inverness Bridge Club and Caledonian Bridge Club merged to form Inverness Caledonian Bridge Club.
Much of the merger is still taking place and this website is not fully up to date.
FACE TO FACE BRIDGE RESTARTED ON WEDNESDAY 1ST JUNE AT JURY'S INN
6.50 FOR 7.00 START
New players and visitors will be very welcome.
The Wednesday online tournament will cease but the other online tournaments will continue for now.
If you have any queries please phone 01381 621867 or email via the 'contact us' button on the panel on the left.
Although normal club activity has restarted we are still running online tournaments on the Bridge Base Online website.
These are taking place on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Orkney Bridge Club run one on Thursday evenings at 7pm. Club members are most welcome to play in any or all of these.
In particular, the Monday and Tuesday tournaments generate funds for the Inverness Caledonian club.
If anyone wishes more formation on this then email John at email@example.com or phone him at 01463 224370.
Find a Partner Tab.
Tick Box "PR", beside the Event that you are looking for a Partner.
On the event calendar a notice in red shows " Partner ? ". Player wishing to play, should press "Partner ? " and you will get notification of who is looking for a Partner, after you "log-in" to the Members Area.
Mempad is the Scottish Bridge Union's (SBU) membership admin database.
To access it click on this text.
If you are a new member of the SBU, follow the instructions on Mempad to get a password.
Members Area - How to Log on.pdf
You can now play hands again or look at optimum contracts.
Click here see how (check the bottom of your screen if nothing seems to have happened!).