The Windsor Bridge Club
Release 2.19q

Last Monday Larry Chaired his last WBC Committee meeting and directed a final session of 8 full tables. Margaret very kindly presented him with a very special hand-made dish and we all heard his comments on his time at the club he will be greatly missed.

Martin P will take over as interim Chair until the AGM in the Spring. Eddie Luck has been seconded onto the Committee ( he is a whizz with IT, can score and Direct so will be a great asset to the Club ).

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Playing Bridge during Covid

The Windsor Bridge Club

Health & Safety Covid 19 Protocol

  1. The wearing of masks will be voluntary.
  2. To avoid cross contamination, coats must be hung up on the coat hooks located outside the playing room and not stacked up on the bar counter in the hall.
  3. You are requested to go straight to a table and remain seated until the start of the session and not to congregate, away from the table, in small groups.
  4. Steps will be taken to ensure that the room is well ventilated. To this end some windows will remain open during the session so please dress appropriately.
  5. An alcohol based hand sanitiser will be available on each table and should be used at the start of each round.
  6. Coffee and Tea will be available (no biscuits) in the kitchen, where hand sanitiser will also be on hand and social distancing must be observed.
  7. The scoring tablet and stylus will only be used by North, who will show the entry to East before confirming it.
  8. Initially and to comply with social distancing, the results screen will not be on display during the session. Results will be available to view on the Website the next morning.
  9. Players should not move for the next round until the move is announced, when everyone will move together whilst trying to maintain social distancing.
  10. At the end of the evening there must be an orderly exit from the room, bearing in mind the need for social distancing, when retrieving coats and exiting the building.

WBC Committee

September 2021