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Scoreing Amendments

Any errors in the scoring which come to light after the event must be notified to the Director by noon the next day.  Both parties to email/phone the Director to confirm the agreed amendment.  A list of the Directors with their contact details can be found under Club Information in the Menu. 

Members Area

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.

General Information
General Information about the club


The Ross on Wye Bridge Club was founded by Douglas Harper in 1987. The first meeting was on 4th May that year, when 35 members met to play rubber bridge in the Ross Conservative Club. The annual subscription was £3 and the table money was 30p

Later in the year, the Club began to play duplicate bridge, became affiliated to the English Bridge Union and to the newly formed Herefordshire Bridge Association

The membership continued to grow and the Club began to look for a more suitable venue that could cope with such a large number of players. It was at this time that the Community Association was developing the Larruperz Centre and in June 1990 the Club was able to hire the Paxton Hall, where .bridge has been played ever since except when lockdown prevented us from playing face to face and we reverted to playing on-line.