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BEGINNERS' & IMPROVERSí LESSONS & PRACTICE TOURNAMENTS

Glasgow Bridge Centre offer a complete range of classes for beginners and improvers based on the
official Scottish Bridge Union teaching programme:

 
 

First year lessons for complete beginners will be held on Wednesday MORNINGS from 10:30 to 1:30 and will start on 4th October 2017. This course will comprise of 20 lessons (10 each side of the Festive season) and no prior knowledge is required. Lessons will be taught by Steve Bailey.

Cost is £100 for each set of 10 lessons.

 

Second year lessons will be held on Tuesday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:30pm and will start on 3rd  October 2017. This course will comprise of 20 lessons and is for those who have already completed lessons 1-20 or for those who have been playing Bridge informally for some time and who wish to approach the game in a more structured manner. Lessons will be taught by Joyce Benson.

Cost is £100 for each set of 10 lessons.

 

Improver lessons will be held on Thursday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:30 and will start 5th October 2017. This course will comprise blocks of 4 lessons over the Winter and is for those who have already completed lessons or for regular club players who wish to improve their technique.  Lessons will be taught by Cathy Ferguson.

 

Registration for classes are arranged through Bob McKinnon. Please contact Bob for further information.

Home: 07512971146

Email: bobmfc91@hotmail.com


OR 

Angus Macdonald

0141 6495600

07724137057

gusmacdonald@btinternet.com

Regular afternoon tournaments  are open to members of the GBC (£3 per session) and non-members (£5 per session) alike and a partner is guaranteed for anyone who needs one - all will be made most welcome:

  • Tuesday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:30 - Open Tournament
  • Wednesday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:30 - Open Tournament restricted to simple systems, aimed at current pupils and recent graduates of the above programme of lessons.
  • Thursday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:30 - "Gentle Pairs" for those wishing to ease their way into tournaments.