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Welcome to Lytham Bridge Club
Come and play bridge in a comfortable, friendly environment.
Regular pairs sessions cancelled until further notice
Regular pairs sessions on
Monday 7:30 pm
Tuesday 1:30 pm
Wednesday 7:30 pm
Friday 1:30 pm
Saturday 7:15 pm
See main entry for further details and for the teaching programme.
Lytham Bridge Club
4a Pembroke Road
Lytham St. Annes
Click here for a local map
Any problems with access to Lytham Bridge Club's website, please email
New - Lytham Online Bridge Sessions
Every Wednesday at 7:30pm on BBO
Lytham Bridge Club is now running online duplicate sessions every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm.
Sessions run on Bridge Base Online and are open to all players, including visitors, and cost $3 per session. Further details can be found here.
Members are encouraged to join in with these online sessions which help support the club. Sessions will be approximately 18 boards depending on table numbers and run by one of our Lytham TDs.
LCBA Green-Pointed Congress on BBO
Sat/Sun 31st October & 1st November
The annual LCBA Congress will be held on BBO over the weekend of 31st October and 1st November. Saturday is the Swiss Pairs and Sunday the Swiss Teams. Green points will be awarded for both events. Sessions start at 11am on both days and will finish approximately 5:30pm. Entry is £10 per person per day. Click here for further details including how to enter, or visit the LCBA website for up-to-date information.
Zoom Video Teaching Sessions
Every Tuesday 2pm
Every Tuesday afternoon at 2pm Peter White will host a Zoom presentation followed by a Bridge Base Online mentoring session using prepared hands relevant to the presentation. A number of Lytham's teaching team will be available during the BBO session to offer guidance. If you wish to join the group and see the presentations please contact Peter White by telephone (log in to Members Information area for the telephone number) or send an email to the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for further details.
Bridge Base Online
The EBU run four 12-board sessions every day on Bridge Base Online. Sessions start at 1:30pm, 3:00pm, 7:30pm and 9:00pm. The timing of these sessions mean that you can play a 24-board session starting at 1:30pm or 7:30pm, with a short break after 12 boards. EBU masterpoints are awarded, and there is a small charge for each session.
Bridge Club Live
Lytham Bridge Club have registered with the Bridge Club Live website. Now any member of the club who is also a member of Bridge Club Live can play online bridge with their Lytham partners and gain master points in BCL competitions. If you would like to join BCL please click here to register. The cost is only £1 for the first 30 days and you can play up to 96 boards per day. Further information about BCL can be found on the EBU website here.
Lytham Bridge Club Closed
Dear Members and Visitors
In view of the outbreak of the coronavirus and the latest Government recommendations, the committee has decided that the club should close with immediate effect. There will be no more regular sessions, nor any teaching sessions, until further notice.
Any members who might be interested in playing online bridge, click here to access the EBU's online bridge webpage.
Click here to see the latest NHS advice regarding the outbreak. The EBU also maintains a coronavirus webpage here.
Please keep an eye on this news item for the latest information.
Keep safe and well and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Lytham Bridge Club Committee
16th March 2020
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WELCOME TO LYTHAM BRIDGE CLUB
Lytham Bridge Club is located in the heart of Lytham St. Annes in our own purpose-built clubhouse bungalow. The club has a large comfortable playing area and all the facilities you'd expect from a well-supported club - a car park and ample street parking, easy access to the building, facilities for the disabled, and catering facilities with five star accreditation.
We are the only bridge club in the Lytham St. Annes area which is affliated to the English Bridge Union, which means our members all benefit from the support offered by the country's governing body. Our members automatically become members of the EBU so they have the opportunity to earn master points and be able to monitor their personal progress and compare it with other local and national players. They can also play in EBU-sponsored events. Lytham Bridge Club is over 60 years old so we have plenty of experience to help our members become better players.
Our regular sessions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays are hosted sessions so you don't need a partner - if you come along on your own you will be guaranteed a game. We also have regular sessions on Mondays and Saturdays. Details below.
The first annual World Online Championship will be launched on Thursday 12th December. The championship is a free online competition sanctioned by the World Bridge Federation and the English Bridge Union. The competition will be held from March to August 2020 with a live final in November 2020. The Championship is open to any bridge player wishing to take part, and is not just fun and challenging but also has really impressive cash prizes on offer!
Anyone with an interest in online bridge can find further details by clicking here.
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Our regular pairs sessions are:
Monday evening (7:30 pm)
Tuesday afternoon (1:30 pm)
Wednesday evening (7:30 pm)
Friday afternoon (1:30 pm)
Saturday evening (7:15 pm)
Visitors are welcome for every session. The Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday sessions are all hosted - you can arrive on your own and you will be guaranteed a partner. Free tea and coffee served during every session. Please be seated 15 minutes before the start of a session. Table money £2.00 (members) and £3.50 (non-members).
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October 2020 Newsletter
Every Wednesday 7:30pm
Online Duplicate on BBO
Please keep checking the website for future events.
Please note that we have temporarily disconnected the telephone at the club.
Due to the Coronavirus situation, the club's AGM, scheduled for Tuesday 19th May, has been postponed indefinitely. The AGM will now take place when it is safe to hold a meeting at the club. Members will be given one month's notice before the rescheduled AGM to examine the accounts and propose changes. All members of the current committee have agreed to continue in their roles until the rescheduled AGM.