Anglesey Bridge Playing Skills



This is the resource page of Anglesey Bridge Playing.

Come here to find out about the latest bridge playing events on the island.

You can also learn how to improve your skills by going along to an event.

We will also be posting the latest results for the North/South and East/West sections.


Castle Street, Beaumaris

Latest Results:

May 25 [Mitchell movement] 1st North/South: Gwynne Williams and Jill Knight. 1st East/West: Dylan Rees and Eric Sanderson.

June 1 [Mitchell movement] 1st North/South: Owen Davies and David Bellis. 1st East/West: Elwin Ackon and Pat Ackon.

June 8 [Howell movement] 1st : Marian Wille and Ann Roberts. 2nd: Owen Davies and David Bellis.

June 15 [Howell movement] 1st : Bill Hegarty and Jim Doores. 2nd: Owen Davies and David Bellis.

Earlier Results:

April 27

Winners of the Bryntirion Shield : Gill Knight and Gwynne Williams.

May 4

North/South : Gay Young and Frances Robinson.

East/West : Pat and Titch Little.

May 11

North/South : Gay Young and Frances Robinson.

East/West : Margaret Smith and John Owen.

May 18

North/South : Gill Knight and Gwynne Williams.

East/West : Bill Hegarty and Jim Doores.


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Bridge is a fascinating card game, which can be played at many levels of skill and in various situations either at home with friends or in a club.

It is never boring and keeps the ‘grey cells’ well oiled as players get older.

In Beaumaris we are blessed with a number of small friendly clubs that have weekly meetings for either ‘rubber’ or ‘duplicate’ competitions.

Two favour the ‘Phoney Club’ bidding system and the third, the ‘duplicate’ club, tends to have predominantly ‘Acol’ players but happily accommodates pairs of players who prefer to play other recognised systems.

The Rubber bridge clubs that favour the ‘Phoney Club’ system meet on Tuesday evenings and Wednesday afternoons at 2pm. The Duplicate club meets on Thursday evenings, 7pm in the David Hughes Centre.

There are usually between 12 and 20 players who are perhaps playing Duplicate for the first time.

Everyone is assured of a warm welcome in the happy atmosphere of this club where experienced players will be happy to help those who are less confident.

Pairs of players are required for duplicate bridge but every effort is made to help find partners for those who do not have one.

For more details contact Gay Young on 01248 810057.

Duplicate is also played in Benllech Library every Friday and the Community Centre at Menai Bridge. Both start at 7pm and new members will be warmly welcomed.

Anyone who has ever thought that they would like to learn to play bridge now has the opportunity.

There are informal lessons for beginners available at the Over 50s Club, Iorwerth Rowlands Centre, Beaumaris.






New members would be welcome to start learning on the first Monday after Easter at 10am. Telephone 01248 811508 or 01248 810057 for further details.

To summarise:

Duplicate club every Thursday, 7pm in David Hughes Centre, Beaumaris

Duplicate club every Friday, 7pm in Benllech Libary, and

every Friday, 7pm in Community Centre, Menai Bridge.

Informal lessons for beginners available at the Over 50s club, Iorwerth Rowlands Centre, Beaumaris commencing Monday 16th April 10am.





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