Online bridge update 77

Online play this week

The Tuesday morning session this week (2nd November) will be going ahead online as normal at the new regular start time of 9.15am. You can book from this post. Some regular coaching sessions will continue as normal this week (look out for separate email notifications if your group is not currently running).

Supervised play

November 2nd 2021 at 9.15 am

£15.00

Face to face play is back!

I am proposing to offer the first face to face bridge session of the post-covid era at Wytham Village Hall on Thursday (November 4th) from 9.30 to 12 noon. Volunteers welcome to come a bit earlier and help set up. I have no idea how many of you will be able to make this date in person, but we will play regardless. You can book here. Please also let anyone you may have played with before who may have dropped off our radar during the pandemic know that this session is taking place.

Face to face play at Wytham

4th November 2021 9.30 to 12 noon

£15.00

Looking further ahead, and assuming fair weather on the virus front, we are planning to offer a tip up more bridge sessions each week (in Wytham and Charlbury), plus continuing online with at least one duplicate competition and new courses and seminars. There will also be a new beginners half day course very soon. The full programme will start in the New Year but I hope to offer a schedule covering the weeks up to Christmas next week.

If you have not had a chance to take part in the poll, here is the link again. Thank you everyone who has taken part so far.

Jonathan

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