St Annes BC: One Year on in their new Premises

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Photo showing the exterior of St Annes Bridge ClubPhoto showing the interior of St Annes BC

Dilys Currie, one of the Committee Members of St Annes Bridge Club, talks through the club moving to it's own premises in April 2022. One year on, things are looking great for the club:

April 2022 saw the opening of St Annes Bridge Club in its own premises in Allenby Road, St. Annes, Lancashire, FY8 2DG. The Club’s history stretches back over 40 years, previously being known as Clifton Bridge Club, and we continue to offer a high standard of bridge sessions played in a warm and friendly environment and, importantly, with easy access and no stairs.

St Annes Bridge Club has grown from strength to strength due to the support from its 200 members for a dedicated committee and training team. The Club has welcomed both those new to the game of bridge, and those who attended ‘welcome back’ sessions, building confidence post-covid.

The nine bridge sessions played each week include one morning and four evening sessions. Three of the weekly sessions are also ‘hosted’, enabling players without a partner to enjoy a game of bridge.

Members have enjoyed many social gatherings since opening in April 2022 and we are currently running our second set of weekly teaching sessions, by EBU accredited teachers, for those new to the game.

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