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To rq u a y B r i d g e C h r i s t m a s H o u s e Pa r t y 2 0 0 7

December 24th – 27th

M i d - w e e k B r i d g e B re a k

December 27th – 30th

PA R A M O U N T I M P E R I A L H O T E L , T O R Q U AY

Spend Christmas playing bridge with a team of friendly What is included

directors in Torquay, South Devon. Your host hotel for a

; Three nights’ accommodation including full breakfast;

Christmas party and mid-week break is the Paramount

Imperial Hotel, Torquay. A glorious grand Victorian hotel ; Complete Christmas fayre with a three-course dinner

situated right on the cliff top with outstanding panoramic each night including wine;

views of Torbay and the harbour marina, which is close by. ; Lunch each day and all teas & coffees plus Christmas

As this three-day Christmas programme is a house party cake, mince pies and other goodies;

numbers are limited to 14 tables, so you will be well ; Four Duplicate Pairs sessions and two Swiss Teams

cared for throughout your stay by friendly hotel staff and sessions;

professional bridge directors who will make up pairs if you

are coming on your own. ; Prizes of weekend breaks, champagne and wines for

overall rankings and session prizes;

A friendly team of hosts and directors

; Bridge hosts and directors to cater for all standards of

There are two house party programmes to choose from play and make up partners;

over the Christmas period December 24th – 27th and 27th

; Good food in the Regatta Restaurant overlooking the

– 30th. Both events containing six sessions of duplicate

Torquay Bay;

bridge, four duplicate pairs and two teams sessions.

Hosting the Christmas break will be John Pyner, an EBU ; Collection from Torquay train station or free car parking;

National Tournament Director. John is a Life Master and ; Free Christmas goody bag for all attendees;

has been in charge of many national events including ; No single room supplements;

Crockfords final. He will be assisted by his wife Maggs

Pyner, herself a county player. ; Enhanced Master Points available for all sessions.

Seminars will be in the hands of Martin Jones, Grand Christmas Bridge house party. Price £364 each. Deposit

Master and international player. A double Gold Cup and £100 each (balance payable 28 days prior to the event)

Spring Fours winner Martin has the happy knack of giving Mid week Christmas break. Price £214 each. Deposit £60

simple straightforward advice. each (balance payable 28 days prior to the event). Includes

Other hosts are Steve Quinn, John and Joy Morrey-Brown. three nights’ accommodation with full breakfast, dinner

They are local and will give you advice on places of interest each night and lunches. All teas & coffees plus session

in the area. Steve is an EBU Tournament Director and Joy is prizes.

well known as the driving force behind the Torquay Bridge

Call Paramount Special Events on 0870 161 0797

Club Congress.

Quote Christmas Party or Mid-Week.

The mid-week break post Christmas has the same staffing

except Neil Morley who replaces John Pyner. Neil is a For help please call our Customer Support Desk on

senior EBU Tournament Director, known to many for his 01455 898578 www.paramountspecialevents.co.uk

running of the Guernsey and Jersey Congresses as well as

his successful bridge cruises with P&O. Bridge licensed by the EBU.

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