The Club is well known for providing a friendly and sociable atmosphere and we cater for bridge players of all standards. It probably will be a while until we're all comfortable enough to be in a session as crowded as this one though.
Our main sessions are played at Bawburgh Village Hall on Wednesday & Thursday afternoons (starting at 1.30). We also provide Beginner lessons on Wednesday mornings, and Relaxed sessions on Monday mornings. To find us, click on the "Map" link under "About BBC".
Programme of events.
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.
Here is a link to a Word document which is a standard convention card.
Please download and edit this so that both you and your partner can have identical forms at club sessions. For example you will need to specify whether you are playing strong or weak 2s.
This is how the club is encouraging new players, with a teaching session for beginners and supervised play for those slightly more experienced.
Photos taken 7th Sept 22.
We are now operating as a cashless club. We are using the BrianMas accounting system developed specifically for bridge clubs.
In summary, everyone has their own pot of money held by the club, which can be added to using bank transfers (or cheques if you don't have access to online banking). As you play sessions the table money will be withdrawn form your pot. Everyone can to see their own pool for money and the transactions using the link at the top right of the site.
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.
These are running on Wednesday mornings, starting at 10am.
There will be 12-15 boards and experienced players will be available to provide help & guidance if necessary.
You won't need to come with a partner, we will pair people up on the day.
Some sessions will be themed, others will have randomly dealt hands.
A new course for beginners starts on April 19th at Bawburgh Village Hall. Please arrive at 9.45 ready for a 10am start. Finish is at about 12.15.
The cost is £5 per lesson (cash only please)
If you are interested please contact Matt Jackson (email@example.com) for further information.
These are 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 603234 and email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more detail about these sessions please see the menu item to the left.
Please have a look at this Norfolk Bridge produced magazine by selecting the link on the left hand menu.
You will find some familiar subject matter.
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.