Welcome to the website of the
Kingston Seymour Bridge Club
We hope you'll find it both interesting and informative.
The club meets in the Village Hall, Kingston Seymour, near Clevedon, where duplicate bridge is played once a week on a Tuesday evening, starting at 7:15pm - although we ask players to arrive by 7:05pm so that the number of tables and movement can be established and play started promptly.
We usually play 24 boards, have a tea and biscuit break half-way through the evening and aim to be packed up and out of the hall by 10:30pm at latest.
We use computer generated hands and BridgeTabs electronic scoring devices. Results are usually available at the end of the evening and are also published on this website, together with hand records and optimum contract information.
We like to think of ourselves as being a pretty friendly bunch, with an enjoyable evening being as important (and more achievable for most of us!) as topping the table.
Table money is £2.00 for members and £3.00 for guests and visitors, with the tea, coffee and biscuits included at no additional charge.
Visitors and prospective new members are always welcome but we do ask that they contact one of our committee members (whose details are in the 'club information' section) in advance - in order to check we'll have room for them and to enter their details in our electronic scoring system!
We are affiliated to the English Bridge Union (EBU) via the Somerset Contract Bridge Association (SCBA) and as such all of our members are entitled to the benefits of EBU membership as described here.
Master points are awarded for all events except improvers evenings.