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Published October 4th 2018
Learn to play bridge at a bridge club
Many people who retire turn to playing bridge as something to do on a regular basis, as it keeps our minds very active!
There are many places in Perth where you can learn if you are unable to play, as well as actually play regular games. This is a list of some of the main clubs.
There are some seniors centres that also have bridge games and you will need to check for these with your local council.
1. City of Melville Bridge Club You can play here at 790 Canning Highway, Applecross. They have lessons for beginners ACOL. Bookings for these are essential and you can make one by phoning Claire Weston on 0429 398101 or email email@example.com
These have beginners lessons on Tuesday mornings as well as Tuesday evenings. At these lessons, you will receive course notes, tea, coffee and biscuits included in the $50 price.
They also conduct a refresher course and these are on Wednesday mornings. Cost is $5 per session and you do not need a partner for these.
2. Maylands Bridge Club This club has regular competitions each Monday, starting at 1.00 pm, each Wednesday, starting at 10.15 am and each Thursday, starting at 1.00 pm. These are held at the R A Cook Reserve Pavilion, 55 Gummery Street, Bedford.
They also run a supervised session on Thursday mornings at 9:30 am and no partner is required for these sessions.
4. Nedlands Bridge Club
This club is located at 150 Melvista Avenue and is located in the leafy suburb of Nedlands. The premises are in a delightful park area, with tall gum trees near the back of the clubhouse.
This is a very popular club and they believe in having fun in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Here, you can play bridge and then have a bit of a social get together.
You can find out all about lessons, events and the like here.