Club Teacher Training Courses

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Exeter Bridge Club - Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th April 2019

You can see more information about the course here, as well as our Course Catalogue for 2019.

Really Easy Weekend 5-7 April

The next Really Easy Weekend is to take place at the Wroxton House Hotel, near Banbury on the 5-7 April.

The hotel has 5 double rooms still available that they are prepared to release to EBU members for the price of a single occupancy room.

Please book the hotel accommodation directly with the Wroxton House Hotel quoting ‘Group Booking Reference EBU/BK014781’. Please book accommodation before booking your bridge with the EBU to ensure rooms are available.

A bespoke package has been arranged at the Wroxton House Hotel. This includes dinner, bed and breakfast with sandwich lunch on Sunday. Tea and Coffee will be available after each dinner, during the daytime bridge sessions, and with Sunday lunch.

New membership benefit available

The EBU are please to announce a newly available additional benefit of being an EBU member.

IAM RoadSmart have offered to give all EBU members (plus family and friends) a 10% discount on their advanced driving courses.

It doesn't matter what kind of car you drive (automatic, manual, SUV, people carrier or electric), you can train and take your test in it. it is the standard of driving that is most important.

For more details visit the Additional EBU Membership Benefits page.

Byrne & Caplan win Portland Pairs

Michael Byrne & Dinah Caplan (pictured) have won the Portland Pairs. This Mixed Pairs competition was played at twelve venues around the country, and scored across all 246 participating pairs.

Michael & Dinah played at Richmond and finished with a score of 64.64%. Dinah Caplan is one of the older tournament winners at 86.

Todor Tiholov & Marion Robertson, who also played at Richmond, were second with 64.28% and Robert Elliott & Tanya Genthe, who played at Billericay, were third with 64.05% (pictured).


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