All members are listed on the secure members pages. Please keep your details up-to-date.
Don't forget to ring the person due to host on the same day next week to remind them of their turn.
Thank you for your help in ensuring the smooth running of this important role.
copy of the rotary can be found in the members section
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Founded in 1981, we are a progressive but friendly club located just to the north of Burnley in Lancashire. The club has grown rapidly in recent years and now has more than 300 members, ranging from beginners to County standard players. Our club premises have comfortable accommodation for up to 24 tables, together with teaching, catering, computer and library facilities. Duplicate sessions of varying levels are held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7 pm, and Monday,Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 1.30 pm. Visitors are very welcome at all sessions and some sessions operate a host system. Duplimated boards and Bridgemates scoring system are used, enabling instant results at the end of play. We are especially keen to encourage others to take up the great game of Bridge and offer beginners' lessons commencing in September each year. Brierfield Bridge Club is affiliated to the English Bridge Union and is a member of the Lancashire Contract Bridge Association.
Please use the Club parking facilities and if no spaces are available, to consider using the railway station car park, or to park safely in other positions nearby. Please do not park close to the junction at Holden Road.
We are happy to welcome those new to the game. We hold Beginners' Classes each year starting in September. For more information please e-mail the club at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01254 826608.
We also hold a number of seminars during the year for members who wish to improve their play.
A host system operates on Monday and Wednesday evenings and on Monday and Friday afternoons.
Work has now been completed on the lift with minimal interruption to play!
we now have a facility enabling easy movement between the ground and first floor
Margaret and Anne were delighted to be one of the first occupants at Wednesday afternoons session