Ealing

Mah Jong

MAH JONG

Mah Jong, the name means ‘The Sparrows’, is a Chinese game thousands of years old but there is a simplified English version that we play. It is played by up to four players and, unlike Bridge, each player is entirely on their own, against the other three. A number of the players at the U3A session have sets and we are all beginners of varied experience and are learning as we go along. There are also Mah Jong Breaks at a hotel in Bournemouth – see the advertisement in the U3A magazine.

COME AND JOIN US. Every 2nd Wednesday of the month from 2pm onwards at The Conservative Club, St Mary's Road, South Ealing.

Convener: Carole McLoughlin. Phone 8752 0056. Email through the blue bird at the top of this page.

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French conversation Gardening 1
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History 2 History 3
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London revisited Luncheon club
Mah Jong Meditation with music
Music 1 Music 2
Philosophy Photography
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