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Learn and Play!

Saturday Mornings - 10am


These sessions start on Zoom where we introduce and discuss a topic.

Join the Zoom Meeting by clicking here.

Or go to and use Meeting ID: 811 1852 6107.

Then input passcode: bridge4me

This is followed by supervised play on RealBridge:

Click here to join 

Beginners Lessons

Learn Bridge - a new course for complete beginners will start in September

10 week course 7.30-9.30pm


Course cost is £90 which includes an EBU Bridge for All book .

Concessions for students and those in receipt of benefits. 





Who We Are

Bristol Bridge Club aims to provide facilities and opportunities for all its members to enjoy playing and learning bridge, no matter at what level - beginner or international. Non-members are always welcome too!

We are a large club with our own premises, offering a range of duplicate bridge sessions on most days of the week at all levels of ability. We have a large playing room permanently set up for these sessions, with a smaller teaching room for classes and a licensed bar that also offers light refreshments.

The club is located near the centre of Bristol in Hotwells. For directions and map, click here. There is car parking close by.

The club is affiliated to the English Bridge Union (EBU), via the Avon Contract Bridge Association (ACBA).


BRISTOL BRIDGE CLUB is a charity and it has been entered onto the Register of Charities with the Registered Charity Number 1167959.

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Everett Cup

Congratulations to Phil Seymour, Jude Archer, Fiona Herlihy and Richard Gribble who won the club teams competition.



Bernard Shannon Winners

Congratulations to Caroline Grazebrook and Jane Barrett who won the trophy which was was played after our AGM . The new chairman , Stuart King, presented the trophy.


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