Our Wirral based club, established in 1983, is conveniently located in Prenton, Mid Wirral, just 5 minutes drive from the M53. We play in the church hall of the Prenton Methodist Church, CH43 0RE (see the directions in Information on the left), which is situated in a very pleasant safe part of Prenton, with car parking on the church premises.
We play duplicate pairs bridge on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, plus Tuesday afternoon (see the Information link for more details and timings), with 12 or more tables for most sessions. We also have a Chicago session on Thursday afternoon.
Our aim is to play a good standard of bridge in a friendly atmosphere, and the club is affiliated to the English Bridge Union (EBU), with sessions directed according to the EBU rules. The club welcomes visitors whether you are an experienced player or would just like to improve, but is not suitable for a complete novice.
If you are interested in joining or want further information e-mail us on < firstname.lastname@example.org >
The room is required for a Church event. We will be open as usual on Friday 16th August.
Once again Jilly Hopewell-Taylor is organising the event and the arrangements will be similar to last year
Venue: Oxton Cricket tennis and Bowling Club, Townfield Lane, Oxton opposite St Saviors Church
Programme: A pairs event, with partners to be drawn publicly at the Bridge Club. To play at least 3 and no more than 5 matches
Timing: Start playing at 12.00 prompt and finish about 5.00. Afternoon tea with scones and sandwiches
Cost: £5 to contribute towards the Green Fees, Trophies and Prizes
All entrants to be members of the Club. Please contact Jilly on 0151 638 9758 or on her mobile (07887 385844)
Congratulations to club members Dave and Jean Keen, who were part of the Merseyside & Cheshire Bridge Association "A" Team, who won the Presidents Cup at the end of June. For county players the Presidents Cup is second only in prestige to the Inter-Counties Tollemache Cup, and was played on 96 boards over a two day event. See under News for more.
You may now use the car park on Mondays until the Church ladies group restart their Monday evening meetings on 9 September, when restrictions will again apply.