As there have been a number of people who were planning to play on Friday, but who have now cancelled due to the ongoing rate of Covid infections, we have decided to cancel the tournament and hopefully will resume again in late January.
We would like to wish all the club members and friends a happy Christmas and a much better new year.
Mon 17 January 2022 6.30pm with light refreshments
Are you interested in trying something new?
Would you like to meet new people, improve your memory and learn a new skill?
Why not come along to our club and try bridge lessons?
Or, if you already play some bridge and want to brush up or improve your skills, there are lessons for you too
Please register in advance at: email@example.com
The Sunday Tournament is taking a break for the festive season and hopes to restart in January. Those who have been attending will receive e-mail notification of the date for re-starting.
If you would like to be added to the mailing list please get in touch. (see below)
Before coming, please familiarise yourself with the procedures below which aim to ensure a safe environment. These are likely to take longer than previously so please arrive at 12.30 to ensure a prompt start at 1pm.
If you are planning to attend any of our tournaments please let us know in advance so we can ensure we have the appropriate number of well-spaced tables.
Contact: Felicity McLelland firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the guidance from the Scottish Government, masks will be required when inside the building. This is a legal requirement for all indoor events.
To reduce risks, we would ask that you don’t shake hands or greet people with hugs etc.
Members should also confirm they have no symptoms of Covid
19 at this time and have not been in contact with anyone who
has tested positive for Covid 19 in the last week.
On arrival at the club, please obey the following rules:
Please enter the building, one at a time.
A one way system will be in place.
Please use the automatic hand sanitiser located near the door.
Please check your temperature at the automatic thermometer.
It should be below 37.8 degrees. If your temperature is above
37.8 degrees, an alarm will sound and you will not be allowed to
enter the bridge room.
We will ask you to form a line to make your payment.Table money will remain at the same level as before the club
closure ie. £3 for members and £5 for visitors. If paying by cash,
please bring the correct money to save time and prevent cross
infection. Contactless payment may be possible soon.
You will be asked to go to the table you have been allocated and
complete a form with your personal contact details as required
under COVID regulations.
This information will be kept for 3 weeks.
Please leave the form on the bridge table and it will be collected.
North and South will remain at the same table throughout thetournament. North only, will operate the bridgemate and will show the result to
East or West for verification. The boards will be sanitised by South before they are passed to the next table and players will be encouraged to sanitise their own hands.
East and West will each take their bidding box with them to the next table.
The club will provide face masks and gloves to members if required.
the kitchen will not be in use for the foreseeable future.
Bottled water may be available and members may bring their
own non-alcoholic drinks and biscuits etc.
Use hand sanitiser. Use wipes to wash down surfaces.
After use dispose of them in the bins provided.
Wash your hands thoroughly and put paper towels in the bin.
The door to the downstairs area will be left open
and the ventilation system will be switched on during the
The cloakroom will not be in use. Members
may want to keep their coats and jackets with them.After each game, please move when instructed by the
director to avoid close contact with others and observe the
one way system.
The results will be announced by the director.
Please leave the club, one table at a time to ensure the
safety of other members