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New Play Sessions from 13th June 2022



All sessions are face to face at the York Bridge Club, Acomb unless specified otherwise



Weekly Schedule




1.00pm - 4.00pm

Monday Aft Standard MP Pairs



7.15pm -10.15pm

Monday Eve improvers




1.00pm - 4.00pm

Tuesday Aft MP Pairs



7.15pm - 10.30pm

Tues Eve Championship X Imps (Wks 1 ,3 & 5)

Championship MP (Wks 2 & 4)




2.00pm - 4.00pm

Social (Last Weds in the month Cream Tea Social 1pm-4pm)




1.00pm - 4.00pm

Thurs Aft - Standard MP Pairs



7.15pm -10.15pm

Assisted Play with David Moore




10.00am - 12.30pm

Fri Morning - Simple Duplicate (Previously called 'Play & Discuss')



7.15pm -10.30pm

Fri Standard MP Pairs



Note: Finish times may be earlier depending on the speed of play

Click Here for an explanation of the session strength/competitiveness

Play Without the Experts

Are you NGS Grade no higher than Jack ?

This is an opportunity for you and your partner to play against other such players from across Yorkshire at the New York Bridge Club.

Don't be worried about the format, Swiss Pairs is just a type of duplicate scoring that allows for a larger number of players than could otherwise play together.

To be held at York Bridge Club on 17th July with lunch provided, entries via the  Yorkshire Contract Bridge Association.

Click here for YCBA Events

Waddington Cup

Congratulations to Frank Dixon, Paul Brereton, Rachel O'Brien and Stuart Kay who were runners up in  Yorkshire's  Waddington Cup  Team Event.  The event was held at York.

New Premises Win Design Award
New Premises Win Design Award

At an awards ceremony on Monday 4th July our new premises were one of 25 buildings shortlisted in the 2022 York Design Awards. York Bridge Club were announced as joint winners of the sustainability award judged by a panel of experts.

The judges agreed our building design has at its heart sustainability and flexibility:-

  • It is south facing to maximises solar gain, with louvres to control overheating.
  • Rooms are north facing with small windows to minimise heat loss.
  • Energy consumption is reduced by fabric approach airtightness and thermal insulation enhancements.
  • The building’s heating and hot water is supplied by an air source heat pump.
  • Electricity is provided by solar installation with storage batteries to supply off grid energy.
  • The building is externally clad in brick and composite cladding allows the building to be maintenance free and ensures longevity.

The below picture shows our architect Nick Silcock, Chairman Stuart Kay, and Trustee Martin Bayne, who were present at the awards ceremony.

You can find out more at yorkdesignawards.org. There is also an article detailing all the awards in Tuesday’s York Press.    


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