Welcome to the home page for Clubs! This page includes news, and links to information, which is relevant to EBU affiliated clubs. We also produced a quarterly online newsletter for clubs - Club Management Focus - and past issues are collated here.
Useful information for club administration is available via the menu on the right, and in the Club Management Handbook. If further assistance is needed, please contact the EBU office, and we would be glad to help - firstname.lastname@example.org, 01296 317200. The services of the Club Liaison Officer, Bev Purvis, are available for those needing more specialist guidance.
We would be delighted to welcome new affiliations - more information is available lower down the page.
Free places on Club Teacher Training Courses
Affiliated clubs are able to have a representative attend EBED's Club Teacher Training courses for free once every two years. These courses are intended to enable members with a motivation to help bring more players in to the game - and specifically in to their club - to run lessons. See here for more information.
The Winter 2019 edition of the Club Management Focus Newsletter is available now here.
It contains news, articles to help you in the running of your clubs, details of forthcoming events, and important information about club administration. If you need any advice, or have any suggestions for issues you would like covered in the next newsletter, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.
The February 2019 issue of English Bridge is out now, and should have been received by post by all eligible members.
The online version, which contains extra content, is available to members via My EBU (once you have logged in use the 'Magazine' link in the top right corner of the My EBU webpage). More information on accessing and using the online version is available.
Since joining in September, Membership Development Officer Tim Anderson has been hard at work setting up the new EBU Membership Development Campaign Website, a permanent link to which has been added to our home page.
Included as part of the website will be regular blog posts looking at ways to expand membership in your area.
Read the first blog post titled 'Promoting bridge in your area with a dedicated web site', here.
The website also has some great resources for membership campaigns and case studies from clubs that have run successful campaigns.