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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.

Forthcoming Events


The Management Committee and Council of the Welsh Bridge Union wish to appoint an Honorary Secretary to act as first point of contact with the WBU. If you want to learn more about the expected duties and proposed honorarium, please fill out this enquiry form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Further information to be used on Club listings welcomed. Competition details with brochures happily published on the Events Calendar.

For administrative purposes, the WBU is split into four geographical areas: the East, the Mid, the North and the West.

EWBAWelsh Feathers MWBA Welsh Feathers NWBA Welsh FeathersWWBA
Welsh Bridge Union Area Association Websites

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.

CAMROSE TROPHY  4th - 6th January 2019

Beaufort Park Hotel, Mold Rd, Buckley, CH7 6RQ

The WBU is hosting the first weekend of The Camrose and we need members
to help with the smooth running of the event.
Transport:
Equipment, including 6 screen tables from Mid Wales to North Wales
Collecting participants from Liverpool and Manchester airports
on Friday 4th January and returning them on Monday 7th January
BBO operators:
Matches will be broadcast on the internet and we need operators
to record the bidding and play at the tables.
If you can help with transport or spare some time over the weekend as a BBO operator please contact our match manager, Sarah Hurst – Sarahchurst@hotmail.com

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