Some members have started to play bridge base online (bbo) with their friends, see the link on the home page and now includes a get you started guide.
Des King our resident teacher is a long time & regular user of the bbo site and will be more than happy to help you get started & show you ''the ropes'' and even play with or against you. His user name on bbo is desking Why not contact him and give it a go!!
Or you can contact Des via email: email@example.com or tel no. 07534 482047
There is also a section on playing bridge solo against a computer on a PC or a mobile device, see link on the Latest News page.
In keeping with Governmental advice regarding precautionary measures to be taken in relation to the covid-19 pandemic:
Wigan Bridge Club is closed and will remain so until further notice.
When circumstances allow for the reopening of the club,
notification will be given here, on the Club web site.
Margaret Wilkinson, Honorary Secretary, 16th March 2020
Notice reviewed, no further update 10th June 2020
M Wilkinson Sat 14 March 2020
Please use this section to contact us about lessons, assisted play sessions, general play times or anything you would like to know about our club.
We are constantly looking to improve the atmosphere and general organisation of this club to the highest possible standards.
Therefore we welcome the view point from any of our members and visitors:
Founded in 1936 and with its own premises, Wigan Bridge Club lies on the outskirts of the Town Centre overlooking Mesnes Park.
The club has one major playing room upstairs with 11 tables and 2 playing rooms downstairs holding 5 and 4 tables.
The club is available for rubber bridge, private matches or private sessions on request
There is a well stocked bar, with friendly staff on hand, ready to serve you alcohol, tea, coffee and soft drinks with a welcoming smile.
Address: 38 Bridgeman Terrace, Wigan, WN1 1TT
Phone: 01942 243612 (answer phone available when the club is closed).
Please use this link to take you to the information page, or alternatively please feel free to navigate your own way around to peruse our website.
By road the club is easily accessible via 2 major routes, the A49 and A577. Both of which link to the M6, M61 and M58 motorways.
There are two train stations and a central bus station, which are all within walking distance of the club.
Please go to information and select the 'Where to Find Us' for map.