The Welsh Bridge Union (WBU) is a membership-funded organisation committed to promoting the game of duplicate bridge. It is also the National Bridge Organisation for Wales recognised by, and affiliated to the World Bridge Federation and the European Bridge League.
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It is the NIBU’s turn to host this competition, open to all with Celtic links – everyone! The date is the first week December 2019. E-Cats are again doing the scoring.
I have four great sets already prepared for you, with commentary by an International player.
Entries would be welcome. I am giving you advance notice so that you can plan your calendar, but entries are open now.
All I need is:-
1. The club name, plus approximate tables expected
2. Club contact’s name
3. Club contact’s e-mail and phone number
4. Whether you wish to receive material by post (£3 per head) or by e-mail (£2.50 per head).
5. A contact address for all clubs, primarily for those receiving material by post, but also for prizes.
6. Whether you need a dealing file (I will send 5 different file types and you select yours)
Entries to Ian Hamilton, NIBU:- firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to:- 21 Cranmore Ave, Belfast BT9 6JH
Alternatively, you can enter with Anna Gudge at E-Cats:- email@example.com
I hope to get a great turnout.
Ian Hamilton (Celtic Simultaneous Co-Ordinator)
Further information to be used on Club listings welcomed. Competition details with brochures happily published on the Events Calendar.
All Welsh Bridge Union affiliated clubs welcome new members. Playing bridge improves concentration and helps memory retention which is an important part of the health and well being of all players but of particular benefit to the older age group. Playing bridge is a social event – particularly important to many widowed, elderly people and single people living alone.
For administrative purposes, the WBU is split into four geographical areas.