Stansfield Village Suffolk uk
Bridge Club
STANSFIELD bridge club, formed in 2007 and situated in the heart of Suffolk countryside between Clare and Bury St Edmunds, is not only the county's jolliest and fastest growing bridge club - but also one of the most progressive with a state-of-the-art scoring system, computer generated hands and lively website.

The club meets every Thursday evening (7 for 7.15pm) at Stansfield Village Hall.

The emphasis is very much on having a fun evening out where less experienced players can flourish (and use 'crib sheets' or receive supervision).
Stansfield Bridge club

There is a half-time break when players enjoy delicious nibbles prepared by members, and a glass of wine or cup of tea/coffee. A host system is in place so visitors are welcome to play either duplicate or rubber bridge. Bridgemate scoring means duplicate players get the result on the night and, in addition, computer generated boards are available every week with the hands uploaded on to the club website.

In September 2013 the club voted in favour of affiliating to the English Bridge Union. Thursday nights will continue to focus on encouraging beginners and improvers - while a new Tuesday night session where 24 boards will be the norm (6.45 for 7pm start) is up and running.

For the latest news Click here for Stanfield Bridge Club website