We were delighted to be able to share in the celebration of Christine & Derek Bruce's diamond wedding anniversary in early September with cake and bubbly. The club wishes them many more years of happy marriage - and continued success at the bridge table.
The Club is well known for providing a friendly and sociable atmosphere and we cater for bridge players of all standards.
Our main sessions are played at Bawburgh Village Hall on Wednesday & Thursday afternoons. We also provide Beginner lessons on Wednesday mornings, Supervised Play sessions on Thursday mornings and Relaxed sessions on Monday mornings. To find us, click on the "Map" link under "About BBC".
Our events are shown in the Club Programme in the menu.
All our hands are predealt. We use Bridgemate electronic scoring for all our sessions. Our results are provided by Pianola, which we think offers the most comprehensive tool available for performance analysis.
The Club is fully committed to protecting members data. There are new regulations with which we need to comply.
If you haven't already done so, please read this document and let us know whether you agree that we can include your contact details in the Club handbook. Without your explicit consent we will not be allowed to include your details.
We are starting a new Relaxed session on Tuesday mornings. These will run exactly the same way as the well established Monday sessions.
Namely at Bawburgh Village Hall with the doors opening at 09.30, play starting at 10.00 (please be seated by 9.50) and finishing at 12.45 to enable the hall to be vacated by 13.30. They offer a gentle and social beginning to the week with up to 20 boards being played. You don't need a partner, we will find you one if you like. If you would like to come, please contact
Bet Davies: Phone 01953 603237 and email email@example.com
For more detail about these sessions please see the menu item to the left.
Having run an extremely popular beginners’ course of lessons at Bawburgh Bridge Club from September 2018 – June 2019, Matt Jackson has kindly offered to start a new one commencing on Wednesday September 25th, 2019, at 10.00am This course, consisting of 34 lessons, is suitable for absolute beginners as well as existing players who have a limited experience but would like to develop a coherent system of play.
The fees work out at £5 per lesson if paid at the beginning of each term, or £7 per lesson if paid on a weekly basis. The First Term of 12 weeks will run from September 25th to December 11th, at a cost of £80, which includes the purchase of the First Text Book. The second term of 12 weeks, from 15th Jan 2020 to April 1st, costs £60, and the third term of 10 weeks, from 22nd April – 17th June, at a cost of £70, includes the Second Text Book.
Full details of the programme for each term are shown under the Beginner Lessons item on the left hand menu. Potential applicants should contact Matt Jackson, tel: 01692 630959, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bawburgh continues to be one of the 40 best attended clubs in the country according to this EBU article published 23 May 2019. We have moved up from 39 to 33.
Thanks to everyone who comes and plays or organises and helps make the club the success that it is.
We run our Supervised Play sessions for Club members and visitors who would like to improve their bidding and playing through supervised play with a pool of experienced Club players (two per session) who will be on hand to offer advice and guidance if requested.
The sessions are held at Bawburgh Village Hall on Thursday mornings and start at 10.00 and finish at 12.30. The cost is £2.00 for members and £3.00 for visitors including refreshments. If you would like to come along, please contact:
Clive Turner T: 07738 921869 E: email@example.com
Please note that in accordance with EBU advice, attendance at Supervised Play (Improver) sessions is time limited to two years.
Here is a link to a new web site designed to provide information to anyone looking for somewhere to play bridge. It is mainly aimed at people looking to learn or improve.
Any feedback on the site will be much appreciated.