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21 – 23 October 2011

EBU AUTUMN

CONGRESS

A NATIONAL GREEN POINT EVENT

NEW VENUE: Holiday Inn

Bridgefoot, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6YR

( 0870 225 4701

Marsham Court Hotel

Bridge Holidays

The Marsham Court Hotel, set on

Bournemouth’s East Cliff overlooking the bay

is the ideal location for your Bridge Holiday.

Full board weekend packages

available throughout the year

All our Holidays are run by EBU trained directors and include prizes,

drinks reception and daily refreshments. Bridge Licensed by the EBU.

For more information and to check availability please contact us on

01202 552111 or email: reservations@marshamcourt.com

Main events:

t The prestigious four-session Two Stars

Pairs, commencing Friday afternoon.

t The Satellite Pairs, starting on the Friday

evening, if you prefer a more relaxed

style.

Other events:

t Swiss Pairs on Saturday.

t Teams-of-Four on Sunday – a multiple

teams event leading to two 14-team

finals: the Eastbourne Bowl (Premier) and

GOLD CUP the Burlington Cup (Secondary).

The premier British teams event All non-qualifiers play in the Sussex Cup.

Closing date for this year’s competition:

19th September 2011 Entries and enquiries to

Entry fee: £80 per team

(half-price for U-25s still in full time education) EBU Competitions Department

English and Welsh first- and second-round losers may enter ( 01296 317 203 / 219

the Silver Plate free of charge

or e-mail comps@ebu.co.uk

Enquiries to Sandra Claridge claridge31@tiscali.co.uk

or download an entry form from or on-line from www.ebu.co.uk

www.bridgegreatbritain.org

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