Warrington

Bridge for Developers

Group Leader is Andrew Young

The Bridge for Developers Group meet on Tuesday from 10:30am to 12:30pm at the Fairfield and Howley Community Project in Fairfield Street, Warrington, near to the large Sainsburys. It is for bridge players who are still developing their skills, possibly after attending our Beginners and Improvers courses in previous years.

You do not need to have a Partner. With varying numbers attending each week we do not always have an exact number of tables and therefore players are expected to move round to accommodate this situation. If you are already a player at any level you are very welcome to join us. We play standard ACOL.

Experienced players should expect to play with others who are much less experienced than themselves and should not be critical. Note that there is also a "Bridge for Players" group who meet on Friday and play at the Fairfield Community Project. This is group is for experienced players and play is of a higher standard. Check out our Friday "Bridge for Players" page for more details.

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American Square Dance Art Appreciation
Art for All (Practical Techniques) Awaydays
Badminton Ballet
Birdwatching Blues
Book Group Bowling
Bridge for Beginners & Improvers Bridge for Developers
Bridge for Players Circle Dancing
Classical History Computing
Croquet Dog Walking
Egyptology Family History
Film Club French
Garden Interest Geocaching
German Guitar and Mandolin
Harmonica Italian
Knit and Natter Lace Making
Latin Learning Ukulele
Line Dancing Literature
Mah-Jong Morris Dancing
Music Appreciation Natural History
Philosophy Photography
Play Reading Poetry
Science & Technology Scrabble
Singing for Pleasure Spanish
Strollers Table Tennis
Tai Chi Theatre Appreciation Group
Ukulele Walking
Weekend Supper Club Whist