Lytham St Anne's

Mah Jong

Group Leader – Elizabeth

Mah-Jong is an ancient oriental game played with 144 tiles which show various Characters and Symbols – a sort of cross between dominoes and cards. It is a game that has been played in China for hundreds of years and a major source of gambling throughout the centuries.

The Mah Jong group currently meets every other Thursday morning in the Group Leaders home 10.00 – 12.00. It is, necessarily, a small group of 4 very new players, the leader and support leader (6 in all) – the number required to play a game is 4.

Elizabeth would like to take new members wishing to LEARN how to play. The existing group members who are now experienced will be moving on to make space for new learners.

Contact Elizabeth on 01253 736219

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