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  • Logo Competition

    Now The Lymington Bridge Club website is well established and virtually everything now is operated electronically we thought it was time to have own Club logo. The new logo will appear on the website, on our headed notepaper and compliment slips and of course on the booklet about the Club’s history that Roger Needell is writing. This will coincide nicely also with the 150th anniversary celebrations planned for next year. Bearing this in mind, we thought that it is an ideal opportunity during... read more...
    Monday, 01 February 2021 by Christine Thomas
  • Congratulations to Fran Alexander

    Fran is one of our Directors and runs the Gentle Duplicate lessons at the Club on a Friday morning. On Sunday she and her partner Pat Johnson won the ECBA (Essex Contract Bridge Association) Ladies' Pairs competition. Very well done to both! read more...
    Monday, 25 January 2021 by Christine Thomas
  • RealBridge Lounge

    If you want more bridge and meet with other Club members socially, why not join the RealBridge Lounge on a Sunday. The games are much more informal and you could even discuss play as you go along if you wanted too in order to improve! You choose who to play with and how long to stay. read more...
    Monday, 11 January 2021 by Christine Thomas
  • Club Winners

    Many congratulations to Graham Foster who is again the Individual Club Champion and to Graham and Dame Yvonne Moores who are the Pairs Champions for 2020. read more...
    Tuesday, 05 January 2021 by Christine Thomas
  • New Cashless Accounting System for Members Now Live!

    You will have now received information about the new cashless system for paying for your bridge and drinks at the Club. Members will pay money into their own personal account by BACS and will be able to print out statements of activity. This is a huge step forward which, whilst saving time for the Treasurer, will also be of benefit when we actually get back to playing at the Club. Ask for a statement by using the MemberAccounts box. read more...
    Wednesday, 30 December 2020 by Christine Thomas
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