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Our regular Christmas shared lunch will take place this year,  at Hepscott, on Thursday December 5th.  Lunch will start at 1.30 pm and the hall will be open at 1pm.  

We are restricted to a maximum of 10 tables.    If you would like to join in please can you tell Peggy as she is organising numbers?   

Just bring something sweet or savoury and these will be shared.  We will have lunch first and our usual quiz.   Then an aggregate session of bridge.  



Looking ahead; the 2020 the Cheese and Wine Party will be held on  Saturday 8th February at Stannington Village Hall.  (2pm)  Invitations will be sent out early in the new year.  




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For general information about Bridge Classes talk to John or Aileen; their contact details are on the Teachers' page
Students Learn & Play - Thursday evenings


Students Learn & Play - Thursday evenings



Why not learn to play Bridge in 2020? Come and join one of our classes. 

The first Beginners lesson is a free taster session; see how you enjoy it.   


Morpeth Bridge for All Classes

 (part of the National Learning Programme developed by the English Bridge  Union) 

Your first lesson - free of charge with no obligation to continue.

No previous experience of Bridge or card games is required. 

Contact John Kingcome, 01670 531469 or

Aileen Cunningham, 01670 513369 





Congratulations to the winners of the Friendly League teams event

Division 1.  Liz Gray, Margaret Sewell, Cyril Meehan and John Wiltshire

Division 2. Geoff and Irene Ainsley, June Rodger, Moira Pearson, Tony and Jennifer Cryer. 

Full results on the Friendly League Results Page. 




About Bridge for All

Bridge for All is a staged learning programme produced by the English Bridge Union,  the national body that looks after the game of Bridge in England. 

Bridge is the best card game ever invented and is played by over 100 million people all over the world,  young and old.

Playing Bridge is a great social asset and whatever level you reach you can be sure of making new friends and spending many enjoyable hours at the card table.    

All Morpeth teachers are members of the English Bridge Education Scheme 

Do visit our 'classes' page for more information. 




 Thursday afternoons, (1.30pm to 4.30pm at Hepscott village Hall )

Please note there will be no Bridge on Thursday 12th December as the Hall is a polling station

Play sessions 

Friday afternoons   (1.30pm to 4.30pm at Hepscott Village Hall ) 

Tuesday evenings (7pm-9pm at Stannington Village Hall)