Bridge Club

Bridge, a card game where players look to win tricks using a standard 52-card deck of cards. Played by four people, in two opposing teams, the winners are the team that gain the most points over a series games.

It is a game of tactics, memory, probability and communication where the players are required to tell their partner what cards they hold without telling them, to remember the cards that have been played and what cards are still in play, working out how to drawing strong cards from the opposition with the aim of winning as many tricks to win a contract.

The Bridge Committee continue to work hard to provide three sessions of bridge each week for members, involving arranging for directors, scorers and duplimator’s and they are ever thankful to all who contribute to make this possible which in turn is enabling members to continue to enjoy playing Bridge.

Tuesday at 7:10 for 7.15pm – SBC
Thursday at 7:10 for 7.15pm – SBC
Friday at 7:10 for 7.15pm – SBC

If you can play Bridge or want to learn to play the game, Stourbridge Bridge Club would be interested in hearing from you  as the club is keen to attract new members so please contact Linda at lindawright008@gmail.com.

More Information about Stourbridge Bridge Club can be found on their website.

The Bridge Club is keen to attract new members.
Contact details available via this web page link

Stourbridge Bridge Club (SBC)

Stourbridge Institute Bridge Section. (SIBS)

Tuesday at 7:10 for 7.15pm – SBC
Thursday at 7:10 for 7.15pm – SBC
Friday at 7:10 for 7.15pm – SBC

The Bridge Committee continue to work hard to provide three sessions of bridge each week for members, involving arranging for directors, scorers and duplimator’s and they are ever thankful to all who contribute to make this possible which in turn is enabling members to continue enjoying playing Bridge.

Stourbridge Bridge Club – Beginners Classes

Stourbridge Bridge Club runs beginners classes where experienced members of the Club teach interested and potential members the intricacies of the game of Bridge. These classes are held at the Stourbridge Institute.

Linda and Georgina explain the values of the honour cards, the seniority of the suits, the concept of contracts and the bidding process before playing the final part of the game to gain as many tricks as possible.  The explanation of the game by Linda and Georgina is very good and progresses at a level to suit the group.