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Welcome to Worcester Bridge Club
Face-to-Face Bridge OCTOBER Update

Please note that on WEDNESDAY 20th OCTOBER, we will be playing at Whittington Community Hall (WR5 2RQ, more details to follow). This is a trial of this new facility, and after 20th we will confirm arrangements for November sessions.  Please pre-book with Maureen as below, and let Mike know if you would like to play but do not have a partner. Usual timings etc apply: 7-15pm for a prompt 7-30pm start.

 We have now had 14 sessions of live Face-to-Face bridge, and some seventy WBC members have returned to the tables so far, with more expected during October! Tuesday afternoons are now weekly, with approx six tables attending; tea/coffee and cake have now been re-introduced, with due care over safety.  Wednesday evening sessions return to Claines this month, remaining on a fortnightly basis; tables will be limited to eight, and tea/coffee will be available.  Do come along and join us! Please continue to book in in advance of sessions, via Roland for Tuesdays and via Maureen for Wednesdays. Booked-in pairs appear in the menu on the left, under Re-opening F2F.

Wednesday sessions on these published dates will form a mini-Individual competition, based on the average of best-six results from July through to December; winner will need to register a score with more than one partner!  In the early stages, Pete and Sue have taken an early lead, closely followed by Mark and Jane.

Meanwhile, online Bridge continues, for those who are not ready for F2F yet, and for those who want both!  The VClub continues to meet in BCL on alternate Wednesdays, and Tuesday (morning) Social continues to attract approximately 6 tables per week.  The Pairs and Teams leagues are ongoing, with a close battle between Joyce's and Nick's teams after approximately four rounds out of six.

WBC PAIRS 6 - Winners!

Robert and Mike V secured a second Pairs title, in WBC Pairs6 with a very narrow win in their last match, after a late surge by Maureen and Geoffrey; Dick and Jane were close behind in 3rd place.  With many people still not ready to consider a return to F2F Bridge, we will be taking entries for a further WBC Pairs league, WBCPairs7; once again we will judiciously regulate numbers of matches to allow for people having busier lives and some holidays!


Congratulations to Joyce's team (Joyce, Chris, John, Clive) who secured their first win in WBC Teams, with an unbeaten season! All matches are now complete, with second place going to Martin's team, and Nick's team in 3rd place. Results and table can be seen here.

WBC Series SIX is now underway, with SEVEN teams competing, including new entrants: Mick, Jayne, Bill and Stuart - please make them very welcome, and enjoy your games. 

Updates - Wed 9th June
Updates - Wed 9th June


Congratulations to Joyce and Maureen who won the Ladies' Pairs with an exceptional score of 76.8%!

And to Nick and Steve, who won the Men's Pairs by the narrowest possible margin!

The Wedneday VClub sessions now revert to the normal fortnightly sequence for the foreseeable future, with events on Wed 9th and Wed 23rd June.

  • Daily MPs/DIDO: Pairs matches are played in Daily MPs, WBC6 is 3/4 finished now; please send results to Dick Rutter. DIDO is there too, all day and all night!
  • Teams: WBC5 is now complete, with a first win for Joyce's team; 2nd place to Martin's team, and 3rd place to Nick's team; WBC6 is now underway, with seven teams, inc newcomers Mick Blakeman's team
  • Tuesday Social:  Six happy tables most weeks. We are now asking for a small fee of 50p per session per player. We will settle up later in the year. (10-20am for 10-30am); I will be there to steer the tables around! Non-regulars are welcome to join in, but DO let me know you're coming, so I can find/steer you! 
  • Beginners' Classes: The Beginners classes are now complete in Teaching Rooms, and we have 12 players moving on to "Continuers' classes"

ENJOY your Bridge!!

Mike, Chairman

VIRTUAL CLUB - every other Wednesday!

Worcester BC VClub is fortnightly: next regular events are 9th and 23rd June; see calendar on the right for dates.


We are now using the AV Chat in BCL for the post-event "Virtual bar": To access this, go back to the F2F Club page (link above) and click the RED speaker icon for "audio-visual chat".

Events are listed in the Calendar, and results appear soon after 11pm - (usually about 11-15pm)

Tell your friends - the more the merrier!

Please let Maureen know when you can be HOST PAIR - name a date (or two) - just to give us choice.

  • To set WBC as your club, CLICK HERE; find Worcester BC in the list, then click "here" near the top.
  • To  LOG IN, from 6-45pm, (the earlier the better) - use THIS LINK.
AGM, Wed 7th April 6pm
AGM, Wed 7th April 6pm

The AGM was held on Wed April 7th on ZOOM, and was well-attended!

There was just one "presentation" (virtual), to Joyce and Chris Taylor for the Mixed Pairs trophy, with Sue and Denn winning the Flitch.

Afterwards, five tables played in the Virtual Club, with a win for John Dowbiggin and Tim Keates

MIXED PAIRS, Wed 10th Feb - Winners

Congratulations to Joyce and Chris, who held off Sue and Dennis by 1 MP to win the Mixed Pairs event!

Consolation prize to Sue and Dennis, though, as they win the Flitch prize. It's not entirely clear how or when actual prizes will be presented, but the glory is the best bit!

Just a reminder that next week (Wed 17th) is a standard VClub night, with the usual arrangements. Host pair is Steve and Dennis.

Thanks to all who participated and also to our host/stand-by pair (Mike W and Barbara).

MIXED PAIRS, Wed 10th Feb - Winners
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Huge congratulations to Freda Davies - who was awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Year's Honours list, for her charity work and supporting Hallow Church.

Also, well done to Eric and Geoff, who scored an amazing 77.9% in the final Tuesday Social before Christmas! They topped the leaderboard, 1st equal, in a field of 1042 players!!

Well done also to John Sansom, who won the Open Pairs, with his partner Jason Hackett, in the EBU's online Year-End Congress.

Winners at the WBC Christmas Party were Nick and Steve, with 67.8%, a mere 10% clear of the rest of the field! Prizes will be forthcoming, when we work out how to send them; prizes also on their way to Mike W and County Chair Barbara G, who win the "reassuringly average" prize for being closest to 50%!

Well done to the Waide family (David, Yvette and Adam) who won the Final of Pairs4 by 50.4% against Jane Morton and Mark.  Both pairs had earlier won their groups in the divisional stage.

Twelve people attended the ZOOM after the session, where we raised a glass to Joyce and Chris on their recent wedding; we also met Maureen's puppy, and wished Geoffrey a speedy recovery from a dose of the virus.


Wed Feb 10th will be a bonus "VClub" session, for MIXED PAIRS - one night only - please contact Mike with pre-entries, as it may be difficult to set up a host pair for this one.

Wed April 7th is set as provisional date for a (probably) online AGM, a few weeks later than usual, in the hope that the situation may be improved by then - more details will follow.

Worcester BC VClub is fortnightly: next events are 6th and 20th January. Zoom bar is open every time!



Events are listed in the Calendar, and results appear soon after 11pm - (usually about 11-15pm)

Tell your friends - the more the merrier!

Please let us know when you can be HOST PAIR - name a date (or two) - just to give us choice.

  • To set WBC as you club, CLICK HERE; find Worcester BC in the list, then click "here" near the top.
  • To  LOG IN, from 6-45pm, (the earlier the better) - use THIS LINK.
  • ZOOM: Join us for a "drink" at the "bar" afterwards! Zoom is open from approx 9pm; follow THIS ZOOM LINK, and you will need the usual password
Congratulations: Newly-weds at WBC!
Congratulations: Newly-weds at WBC!

Huge congratulations to founder-member Joyce, and Chris, who gave up on waiting for things to return to normal, and got married yesterday! (16th December) and are now Mr and Mrs Taylor!

The couple are very happy; and so are we - lovely to have some good news!  Hope to see them both at the Party next week, and maybe we can have a toast at the "bar" afterwards!  

Pic(s) to follow shortly.

Alan Reid
Alan Reid

We are sad to report the news that Alan Reid has passed away after a long illness. Alan was a long-standing Worcester player until moving away from the area in recent years, and was a regular and accomplished TD, often to be seen in the "red coat" at congresses. Our sincere condolences go to his family.

Margaret Davies

We are very sorry to report that Dr Margaret Davies has passed away. Margaret was a long-standing member of Worcester Bridge Club, and a frequent player at Tuesday afternoon sessions at Hallow, playing with Yvonne, Jane, Sheila and Sylvia. I was especially appreciative when she kindly volunteered to play host in the Malvern Congress No-Fear event and paired up with a 15-year-old beginner.  She will be much missed.


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Jessie Newton
Jessie Newton

It was with huge sadness that we heard yesterday of the passing of Jessie Newton, I suspect our oldest (and an original) member.

In latter years, she was able to take advantage of the opportunity to play Daytime Bridge, with her loyal partner and friend John Turner; her presence at the table was always a pleasure.

This picture was taken at the 2010 AGM, the last occasion (2009) when Jessie and Jean won the Ladies' Pairs together. The Roll of Honour lists many of Jessie's triumphs, especially in the Individual competition. Our condolences go to Jean and her family on their loss.


There is an excellent obituary on the WCBA webpage.


Message from the Chairman

Worcester Bridge Club's face-to-face activity is sadly suspended for the foreseeable future. We will of course keep you informed, and post a provisional date for re-opening here in due course. 

We wish all our members the very best of health and good spirits through the coming difficult weeks, and hope to see you online!

We will update as the situation evolves, via this page and Pianola messages when there are significant changes.

Mike, Chairman


AGM: Photos

Prize winners' photos below!

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Inter-Club Teams

Congratulations to our WBC Simple-Systems team (Louise Wilson, Jayne Bolton, Pete Cole, Janette Torrance, Helen Cameron, Trish Mann and Eiron Evans) who secured an overall win in the County's Inter-Club Teams SS division on Friday! 

In the Open section, WBC1 were a very close 3rd (one VP behind 2nd and 2VPs behind 1st), and WBC 2 were a respectable but relatively distant 4th.

It is hoped that all three teams will compete in the All-in Swiss event on Friday 3rd April.

Christmas SIM pairs with Romorantin
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Thanks to the efforts of Steve Garry in France, we played a devilish set of simultaneous hands, both at Hallow on 17th Dec and in Romorantin on 19th Dec.  Then after a pause whilst Mike deciphered the French score-sheets and processed them, we came to a combined result, from 19 tables!  The French top two pairs (with 63.96% and 63.90%) took the first two places, with Mike and Ian in Worcester just behind in 3rd place on 63.04%.  Results can be seen on our results pages. The general consensus was that it was a fun thing to do, but too many slams!!!

After the French event, they had a toast to THEIR 35th Birthday, combined with OUR 30th Birthday, even managing to use elements of our cake to enhance their cake!

And we finally got a spot in English Bridge this month - see p58 - pic doesn't match the caption; to see that photo, click here to EBU Club Focus.


Christmas Party Claines 2019
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We had 13 tables in play at our Party; ably hosted by Jimmy as ever, and plentiful delicious food from Freda - many thanks!

The Main Section was won (for the second consecutive year!) by Sue and Dennis, by a very large margin! The Try-Duplicate was quite different, with four of the six players in close contention. Congratulations to Diane and Jane, who won it, and also to Neil and Gay who are confirmed as our Try-Duplicate champions of 2019!

Lots of pics below!

Cake Reloaded
Cake Reloaded

Tuesday 12th November saw the Anniversary cake making a come-back, almost restored to its former glory!

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On Wednesday 6th November, we celebrated 30 years of Worcester Bridge Club; 17 tables were in play, including four players who were present on the first session on 1st November 1989: (Neil Humphries, Lyn Jackson, Sue Evans and Dennis Loynes).

Congratulations to Nick and Dennis who won the main section pairs event, by just one match-point! And to Gay and Neil who won the Try-Duplicate event.

Lots of pictures of the cake and prize winners here.


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The French in Worcester!
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The first full visit of our French Exchange partners from Romorantin was a great success; there were three full Bridge sessions (Monday at WCBA night, Tuesday at Hallow and Wednesday at Claines RBL), with excellent results for the visitors, as well as plenty of good food, bubbly and cakes! The President also played at Bromsgrove BC on Tue evening, with Steve Garry, the originator of the Exchange link, and with Mike at the Barnt Green Cafe Bridge event!

On the extra-curricular side, we had various meals at Janette/Peter/Mike's houses, as well as traditional pub fare at The King's Arms in Ombersley and afternoon tea and scones at Brockencote Manor, after an excellent guided tour of Harvington Hall.  Photos above of all these activities!

CAFE BRIDGE - Results Update...
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Putting those last scores in quickly was risky... All other travellers had been double-checked...  However an error scoring bd 20 changed a few things: John and Ian up a bit, and that three-way tie for the 50% prize was transformed: Roland and Tim hit 50% on the nose!  Congratulations to Rosie and Sue who clinched their win in the last round!

Thanks to everyone for all that dashing back and forth! And for your generous donations: the charity total was £191 for Acorns Hospice.

Next WBC Cafe Bridge is likely to be the (single-cafe) Christmas event: details will be avvailable soon, and you will all get emails!


We have decided to begin a programme of replacing our tables at Claines in rotation: the current ones are in remarkably good shape given that they are 18 years old, but we will be buying 8 new tables per year for the next three years. Three already taken!!

Club members may like to buy the ones that we take out of service for £10 each, especially if you hold teams matches at your homes. Please contact Mike if interested.

WBC in Romorantin, France!
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1st WBC visit to Romorantin: PRESS!

See HERE for coverage of our visit (with the predictable "bridge" pun) in "Nouvelle République"

-we're back!

-we played three sessions of Bridge (French-style) so far (Tue evening, Thur afternoon and Fri afternoon)

-we visited Chenonceau in the rain, and had a "visite des caves" to Vouvray on Wed

-visite guidée de Romorantin on Thursday am - the sun returned!

-we ate "cuisine chinoise" on Friday evening

See pics above...


Pics from the October 2018 event can be found here; a VIDEO greeting from M Gillier can be viewed here.

Annual General Meeting 2019

The Club's Annual General Meeting was held on Wed 20th February;

Notably, Andy Cullen was elected to Honorary Life Member status, in recognition of many years of excellent servie to the Club, from its foundation in 1989.

Votes of thanks were recorded to many helpers and contributors, especially to Dick on his five years of outstanding work as Hon Treasurer.

Lots of PHOTOS will appear here very soon.


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2019AGM09 Jane And Marian won the Ladies Pairs
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Tip of the Week!

Earlier tips now added to the tips archive list, on the left-hand menu... Below are Tips EIGHT and NINE...

WEEK EIGHT: (and a New Year's Resolution for 2019?)

Be NICE to your partner!

Some players are scrupulously polite to their opponents (see Tip Three) but not so friendly to their partner - especially when partner is (or seems to be) making mistakes!

Firstly, if partner slips up, they're probably well aware of this but don't need to have it pointed out to them.

Secondly, if they don't know what they did wrong, you're probably not going to teach/improve them between now and the next hand; the next hand will have its own difficulties, and they (and you!) need their wits about them trying to get the next one right! 

Thirdly, maybe they did the right thing, or had good reasons for doing what they did, but are too polite (!) to answer back!

Finally: it is not pleasant for your table guests to witness! It's only a game!

WEEK NINE: Teams Tactics - Thank to Jimmy for presenting this on Wed 16th January.

In most sessions we are playing for "Match-Points" in Pairs, and we know the value of making that overtrick or making 3NT + 1 (+430) rather than 4S (+420)

In Teams, most of the "IMPs" come from bigger hands (games/slams) where making or not making contract is worth +/-10 or 13 IMPs, whereas an overtrick may be worth 1 IMP or even nothing.

And even in Part-score, making/not making is generally worth +/-5 or 6 IMPs, and these add up!

SO: 1) as declarer, concentrate on making the number of tricks needed to make your contract, and only go for overtricks if that does not risk the contract. Look for safety plays, so you make EVEN when the finesse is offside.

2) As defenders, be prepared to take a risk, which may lead to overtricks if it goes wrong, if it's the only way to beat the contract - maybe underlead your ace (to get to partner's presumed King, so they can give you a ruff.

3) Take MORE risks (bidding THIN games) when RED (vulnerable) than when GREEN: the maths are in your favour - it pays in the long run because the return is approximately 2 to 1, whereas when GREEN it is close to EVENS.

For more detail on this, see this link



Photos are here - many thanks to Maureen for her organisation, and to Freda and team for the fantastic food!

Next Robson date: Fri 16th October 2020!

Privacy and Data Protection

Many thanks to all who have completed GDPR forms; we now have nearly all members' forms completed now. Trish won the prize for the first completed one!

What GDPR means for you is summarised on WBC Privacy Policy Summary which you can find here, and our full policy can be viewed here.

If you have not yet completed a form, you can download the  blank PDF from here; First SAVE the PDF to your desktop, then RE-OPEN it, tick the boxes and fill in the details. Then email back to Mike (

Roger Bowles Bridge Library

Members might like to know more about the Roger Bowles Bridge Library.

After Roger's tragic death in Dec 2015, his widow donated his extensive collection of Bridge books to us; it was agreed that these should be managed by the County Bridge Association, and they are stored by Martin Gill.  The full list of some 125 titles (both educational and humorous) can be found here, along with Martin Gill's contact details.

We have a small "taster" selection at Claines for people to see, and books can also be booked out from there, using the notebook to record borrowing and return.

Get reading!!

New to Worcester? New to Bridge? Just Visiting?...

♠ If you are looking for a game of Duplicate Bridge, we would like to think you have come to the right place... 

 Just click HERE for details on how to start playing at Worcester Bridge  Club!♣  smiley

Daytime Bridge - UP and Running!
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Our first Daytime Bridge session took place on Tuesday 20th June, with six full tables, and plenty of laughs and cakes! A fine win for Grahame and Tony... Session Two saw hosts Denn and Sue outscore Grahame and Tony; and another six and a half tables!

Next week, same time same place: HALLOW Parish Hall, starting at 1pm; please be there for 12-45pm, but bring table money! (£3.00 members, £4.00guests - but you can join on the spot for £5-00!)  Do bring friends and guests - we will always have a host! 

To ensure that we can be as welcoming as possible, we still need offers of HOSTING; and if you cannot help in any other way, why not offer to bring along a home-made cake or tray bake?

Full calendar, results, rotas and venue details are available on this site: look for the DAYTIME menu to get started!

Welcome to Worcester Bridge Club

We play:

at Royal British Legion Club, Cornmeadow Lane, Claines, WR3 7PL, every Wednesday

Start time 7.15 for 7.30.   

and at Hallow Parish Hall, Hallow Worcester, WR2 6PE, every Tuesday;

Start time 12-50pm for 1pm.

Visitors welcome, and host system in operation, for both venues

Welcome to Worcester Bridge Club
Try-Duplicate and Intermediate Bridge
Try-Duplicate and Intermediate Bridge

Our Intermediate Bridge sessions were to some extent a victim of their own success: after three highly productive years, almost all the "Inters" moved up into the Main Room and/or at our Tuesday sessions, or  started playing at other clubs; we are fully committed to the idea of providing Bridge to suit all levels, and will be happy to run/resume Inter sessions if a viable number of newcomers come through; or as an extension of the Try-Duplicate section.

Try-Duplicate sessions continue to take place on the first Wednesday of each month: here we have fewer boards (15-18) and a host to help players throughout the session.  Visitors are welcome, and there is no extra charge for these sessions: all players pay £2-50 table money.  It is most helpful if you are able to let Mike know beforehand if you are coming, so that we can make up full tables easily.

Some of our old Inters/Try-Dup players have found that the "next step" for them is Tuesday afternoon Bridge (see Daytime tab for details): these are held at Hallow Parish Hall at 1pm; the pace is a little gentler, and of course these sessions are becoming famous for the cakes which people bring along!

Latest Results News

Email Mike on  if you have any queries

This message board has been set up for people to post requests for partners, or other messages

You may prefer to contact Mike ( for a short-term fix: I may be able to mail-shot members.

Quick view results/calendar

The boxes below provide a quick link to  recent results and the next few weeks' calendar; please use the left-hand menu for fuller details!

Director: Paul T
Scorer: Mike Vetch
Director: Paul T
Scorer: Mike Vetch
Daytime F2F Pairs
Scorer: Mike Vetch
Virtual Club Pairs BCL
Scorer: Bridge Club Live
26th Oct 2021
Daytime F2F Pairs
12-45pm for 1pm
Host: No host
27th Oct 2021
Virtual Club Pairs BCL
6-45pm for 7-05
Scorer: Mike V
2nd Nov 2021
Daytime F2F Pairs
12-45pm for 1pm
Host: No host
3rd Nov 2021
Venue TBC
7-15pm for 7-30pm
Director: Mike V
Scorer: Mike V
Host: No host
3rd Nov 2021
Venue TBC
7-15 for 7-30pm
Director: Mike V
Scorer: Mike
Host: No host
9th Nov 2021
Daytime F2F Pairs
12-45pm for 1pm
Host: No host