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ntries are now being taken for EBED's

flagship junior training event - the Junior

Teach-In. Supported by international players,

junior squad leaders and experienced teachers it

offers both minibridge and bridge. Certificates will

be issued for those juniors completing the next

stage of the EBED Junior Award Scheme. Both

residential and non-residential rates are available

(see box opposite).

JUNIOR & SCHOOLS BRIDGE

Would you like your children or grandchildren to

have the chance to learn about bridge at school?

Why not write to the school to encourage them to

take up the game as a lunchtime or after school

activity which can also count towards The Duke of

Edinburgh Award Scheme. EBED can provide

funding, teaching resources and more information

for parents and schools about how things could be

organised with the help of local volunteers. It will

even arrange DBS (previously CRB) checks for

volunteers to ensure children are kept safe. Please

contact richard@ebedcio.org.uk

58 English Bridge August 2017 www.ebu.co.uk

EBED News Summer

RICHMOND BRIDGE CLUB:

Summer Bridge Sessions

Following the outstanding success and fun at

their junior bridge session over the last half-term,

the club are delighted to announce more junior

summer bridge sessions. These will be held at the

club on Monday mornings up to 21 August.

www.richmondbridgeclub.com

SUSSEX JUNIOR FESTIVAL OF BRIDGE:

Tuition and tournament

For ages 7-20, whether a complete beginner, have

played a little before, or a regular player, everyone

can enjoy a fun packed three days at the Sussex

Junior Bridge Festival, from 29-31 July in Hove.

There is bridge tuition, coaching and

competitions for all standards, alongside social

activities such as rounders on the lawns.

<andyjryder@hotmail.com totally FREE and you are welcome

to bring along your parents or grandparents to learn

too. For more info contact 01273 746138 or

07413 432404, andyjryder@hotmail.com

AVENUE BRIDGE CLUB:

Regular Junior Club in Hove

A all-year Tuesday Junior Bridge Club from

4.30pm to 6.30pm. Run by Junior Camrose player

Ollie Powell who combines teaching and playing. See

Facebook 'Youth Bridge in Sussex'.

SOMERSET:

Minibridge in a day - 10 and 17 August

Get the kids off their IPads and bring them to one

of Somerset's one-day courses being held at

Wedmore Golf Club this summer. It will be fun,

exciting and very social. All parents, grceri.pierce@gmx.comd their children are welcome. Courses cost £15

per person, and run from 11am to 3pm, with a light

lunch of sandwiches and chips. Please email

ceri.pierce@gmx.com to book, or phone on

01934 710626 or 07837 563283 for more info.

VOdrsuebrown@hotmail.comp>PROGRAMME

Berks & Bucks CBA are looking for a volunteer to

be the county's Youth Officer. For information,

email the County Secretary drsuebrown@hotmail.com

David Gold

and Kevin

Castner

(pictured) won

the main pairs

event at the

Spring Bank

Holiday

Congress in Stratford. Their score of 58% was

around 1% ahead of Alan Kay and Tim Rees in

second place. The B Final was won by Robert Miller

and Bill Taylor by a very large margin, and David

and Jill Armstrong won the Swiss Pairs.

In the teams event, Stephen Kennedy, Ben

Norton, Michael Byrne and Andrew Murphy came

out on top, narrowly ahead of the Bakhshi team.

On Saturday there was also a Really Easy

Afternoon, for the less experienced players, held

both locally and in Billericay. Congratulations to

Vinaychandra Gandhi and Amarjeet Singh for

winning this, ahead of Janet Pollit and Clive Smith.

SPRING BANK HOLIDAY CONGRESS

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