Stourbridge

Bridge

The Bridge Group first met in November 2012 with a small number of people wanting to learn to play Bridge. Now several years later we have increased both in number and expertise.

We meet on the first, second, fourth and fifth Wednesday afternoons at St. James' Church Hall, Wollaston (opposite the Aldi), play commencing at 1:45pm and finishing at 4:00pm.

Following the U3A ethos we encourage discussion of interesting hands, Bridge Conventions and Etiquette. Bridge is an on-going learning curve.

We play a relaxed game of "Kitchen" bridge, usually on the first Wednesday of the month, and the more serious and competitive Duplicate Bridge on the remaining afternoons.

For further information contact Pauline Maguire by email, using the button above right.

More Group Pages
Art Group Astronomy Bobbin Lace Book Group
Bridge Canals Conversation française avancée Craft
Drama Family History French - Intermediate French Advanced
French for Beginners French for Improvers Gardening - flowers Genealogy
Geography History Italian for improvers Jazz Appreciation
Kitchen Garden Knitting and Crochet Language and Literature Latin
Latin from the Start Lifestyle Local History Mah Jong
Musical Appreciation Photography & digital imaging Play Reading Quiz Group
Recorders - Experienced Recorders - Intermediate Relaxation and motivation Researching and Recording Family History
Scrabble Tap Dancing The Walking Group Ukulele & Singing
What's Happening in the World Today? Wildlife
More Group Pages
Art Group Astronomy
Bobbin Lace Book Group
Bridge Canals
Conversation française avancée Craft
Drama Family History
French - Intermediate French Advanced
French for Beginners French for Improvers
Gardening - flowers Genealogy
Geography History
Italian for improvers Jazz Appreciation
Kitchen Garden Knitting and Crochet
Language and Literature Latin
Latin from the Start Lifestyle
Local History Mah Jong
Musical Appreciation Photography & digital imaging
Play Reading Quiz Group
Recorders - Experienced Recorders - Intermediate
Relaxation and motivation Researching and Recording Family History
Scrabble Tap Dancing
The Walking Group Ukulele & Singing
What's Happening in the World Today? Wildlife