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Best for Bridge!

Weekend Courses for Ear

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Beginners and other lots of

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Enjoy a weekend of expert bridge instruction in rural West Sussex. graph walki

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Earnley Concourse, near Chichester, offers the prefect environment ing. F & ballroo ,

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for leisure and learning - comfortable accommodation, delicious food rochu tails i

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and excellent recreational amenities including a luxurious indoor our w re or on

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swimming pool. .

Our bridge weekends cater for all abilities, including complete beginners as well

as experienced players. Courses comprise around 10 hours of tuition with opportunities

for practice hands and competitive playing sessions.

Our 2009 programme includes the following courses:

• January 23-25: Improve Your Bidding – with Andrew Pettit

• February 20-22: Absolute Beginners – with Chris Bonser

• April 3-5: Spring Bridge Party – with John & Norma Allen

• April 24-26: Basic Bidding – with Chris Bonser

• May 15-17: Strong Hands – with Mike Eden

• June 19-21: Competitive Tactics – with Chris Bonser

Courses start on Friday evening and finish

on Sunday afternoon. The cost is £217 for

residents (less 10% for twin occupancy) or

£146 for non-residents.

For a copy of our 2009 brochure

call 01243 670392 or go online at

www.earnley.co.uk

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n l e y C o n call u r s e , E a r online y , C h i c h e s

E a rFor further information c o 01243 670392 or go n l e at www.earnley.co.uk t e r , P O 2 0 7 J N

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