Local bridge teacher Ned Paul is starting a new beginning bridge class in Marble Hill Park. The lessons will take place on Friday mornings at the newly re-opened Coach House Cafe in the Park. The course will comprise eight two hour lessons on Friday mornings from 10-12 noon starting on Friday May 11th (no session on June 1st – half term).
Fee for the course will be £60 to cover bridge tuition, playing practice and full notes. Tuition will be personal – there will be a maximum of eight players in the group. The cafe is not charging any fee for the premises but the players will be expected to support the cafe by purchasing items from the extensive and delicious range of refreshments served.
“Bridge is an enjoyable game and a way of meeting new people,” says Ned. “I love to teach bridge in pleasant informal surroundings, much less daunting for new players than going straightaway to a regular bridge club. This is also my way of supporting the new Coach House Cafe venture, bringing people to the Park, who might otherwise not go there. If bridge is something you’ve always meant to do, seize the chance and come and play in the Park.”
If you would like to join or know more about the course, ring Ned Paul on 020-8892 9429 or 07944 768643 or email firstname.lastname@example.org