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Around & About

Around & About

DIAMOND

ANNIVERSARY

Lowestoft Bridge Club, the most easterly club in

England, has recently celebrated its sixtieth

anniversary. On the night members enjoyed a

pairs competition for the (new) Anniversary

Cup, and a special cake cut by the oldest (94)

and longest serving member, Louis Claydon.

Corks popped and wine was served. The toast

was to the next sixty years! Felicity Hillier

HAPPY BIRTHDAYS

Regular members, Jane Bracher and Joy

Warner, celebrating their 95th birthdays at

the Weald of Kent Bridge club

Miriam may be the bridge club's oldest member

in years, but certainly not in spirit. She plays

regularly in the Wednesday afternoon duplicate

sessions. A special celebration included flowers,

balloons and a cake with sparklers which set off

the fire alarm. A former maths teacher, Miriam

learnt to play bridge in the 1930s. Despite bridge

not being officially a sport, it is clearly doing

some good! Helen Kinloch

Miriam Walpole, from Basingstoke Bridge

Club, who reached her

100th birthday in November

DEVASTATING

FLOODS

Our commiserations go to Eden Bridge Club in

Carlisle which was extensively flooded in the wake

of Storm Desmond. The members are in the

throes of cleaning up and drying out for the

second time in 10 years. Hopefully the club will

soon be playing in temporary accommodation.

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