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A new bridge club for intermediate standard players is starting in Haddenham this month. It is a 'No Fear' club and play will be relaxed and friendly.

The club will run on two nights, Monday and Tuesday, 7.00-10.00pm at Haddenham Community Library, starting on April 13th. Single players and pairs are welcome.

The subscription for Year 2015/2016 will be £5.00. Annual Membership will run from 1st April.

New members will be expected to contribute to the start up cost. The cost to new members in Year 2015/2016 will be a one-off fee of £12.00.

Attendance at each club evening will be £3.00 per night.

For more details and an application form please contact:

Carol Mason:
01844 292236 mason.carol16@gmail.com for Monday night

Jenny Webb 01844 290990 silkworm@globalnet.co.uk for Tuesday night

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