Welcome to the Henfield Duplicate Bridge Society web site. The club meets for duplicate bridge every Thursday afternoon at the Henfield Hall, Henfield. Click "information" for a map and details. Visitors are always welcome, even to club competition sessions. Join us for a competitive, friendly game of bridge on Thursday afternoons. We look forward to seeing you.
Welcome to 6 new members: Ron & Janet Munro, Pam Jouanides, Caroline Dewar, John Sear & Brian Kirkland.
2 more recent additions: Dave Gilbert & Jo Dhillon.
Peter Bates has now been made a Life Member in recognition of his service over many years.
Recent additions: Ann Lorimer & Maggie Burton
Congratulations to Jim Downes & Josie Allen on winning the inaugural Jack High competition at the Eastbourne Summer Congress.
22 pairs contested the event, limited to NGS grades Jack and lower.
Club members Sue Howley & Howard Da Vall, Lynne Spooner & Shirley Price were also in attendance, with varying results.
Full results can be found on the EBU website.
If you are looking for a partner, then ask Shirley. She'll try and match you up. Please phone her on 01403 710261 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07545 246779 giving her as much notice as possible.
If you are being delayed, cannot contact your partner and are liable to be late, please ring or text Shirley on 07545 246779. We may be able to delay the start for a short while.
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HDBS undertakes to collect and use your personal data in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our legal basis for processing this data is our legitimate interest as a bridge club. We use the data for the administration of your membership, the communication of information and the organisation of events.
This information will be recorded in our membership database, which is stored online in compliance with the GDPR. Our membership data is shared with the English Bridge Union, the governing body of the game of duplicate bridge, and they will pass it on to your “county of affiliation” which is usually the club’s primary county bridge association.
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Information relating to your National Grading Scheme (NGS) grade and master point rank, together with your county of affiliation, will be generally available from the EBU website unless you have chosen for it to be private. You can do this by logging on to My EBU > Account > My Details at www.ebu.co.uk/members.
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Sadly, Janet passed away last week. A member for only a few months. Our condolences to husband Ron with whom she played when at the club.