Stourbridge

Bridge

The Bridge Group meets on the first, second, fourth and fifth Wednesday afternoons at 2:00pm in St. James' Church Hall, Wollaston.

We are a mixed ability group, all with more or less experience, and fortunate to have a seasoned bridge player who is happy to give tuition on how to play bridge, both the card play and in understanding the many rules and conventions that apply. Following the short lesson we play duplicate bridge after which we discuss the bidding and card play.

The room at St. James' has a capacity for four tables of four players and is booked from 2:00 pm until 4:00pm.

If learning to play bridge is on your wish list for further information contact Pauline Maguire by email, using the button above right. At the moment the Group is full but a Waiting List is kept for others interested.

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