Any errors in the scoring which come to light after the event must be notified to the scorer, by both pairs who originally agreed the result, before noon on the day following the event, otherwise the posted result will stand.
The Members Area is where you can find phone numbers and email addresses of other members. Just register using your email address and follow the link in the email you will receive. You can also use the Find a Partner facility if you wish, but Jo Baker is still happy to help you find a partner, as she has done for many years now.
Interested in learning bridge?
Advance notice that, in association with Ross Bridge Club, Steve Lawrence will be teaching bridge to complete Beginners and people wishing to return to bridge after a break. The lessons will be starting at the end of September (26th or 27th). The course will comprise 2 terms of 10 x 2 hour lessons costing £50 per term. These will be held on either Thursday or Friday afternoon or evening depending on popular choice. The venue is in Alton Street, Ross-on-Wye. Under Steve's friendly and patient tuition, you could enjoy playing bridge within a year!
For further information, contact Steve or Anne on 01989 218432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Club meets in the Larruperz Centre in Ross-on-Wye.
Monday evenings Bridge starts promptly at 7.00 pm.
We ask players to arrive by 6.45 pm at the latest to allow the directors to organise the various forms of duplicate bridge that we play and set up the Scoring system and Bridgemates accordingly.
We also have a Friday Club which now meets 1.45pm onwards for a 2pm start and is open to all members, especially newcomers. As we do not run a hosting system, please contact us beforehand if you are planning to come by yourself.
There is a table fee of £3 for Members and £3.50 for Visitors.
Visitors are welcome to most evenings (up to three times per year), but should contact one of the committee to check that they may attend, this is particularly relevant to Simultaneous Competitions which have specific restrictions.
The room we use on Mondays needs to be set up with tables, cloths, bidding boxes, table numbers, Bridgemates and score cards prior to the Director being able to ascertain the number of tables in play and for play to commence. This is not an onerous task but can take some time if only one or two people are having to do this for anything up to 16 or 17 tables. It would greatly assist the committee, and the director and scorer on the day, if some members could arrive earlier than 6.45 to help with set up.