A return to action at the Hawks Nest Bridge Club

Hawks Nest Bridge Club members at the Clubhouse.


AFTER many months layoff due to COVID-19, members of the Hawks Nest Bridge Club have made their return to the Clubhouse.

Club member Peter Baily said he is excited that the action has recommenced.

“We play three times a week under COVID compliant conditions,” Peter said.

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“As well as our weekly bridge, we plan to reintroduce our popular bimonthly Sunday luncheon with bridge combined, commencing at the end of March.”

For members who are not based permanently in Hawks Nest/Tea Gardens, the Club runs on-line bridge sessions using Bridge Base Online.

“If you want to make new friends in a relaxed atmosphere, keep your brain agile, meet interesting people of all ages and backgrounds and become involved in the social side of our community, then BRIDGE is the game for you,” said Peter.

“We would be delighted to welcome you to our friendly Bridge Club.”

The Club is keen to attract new members and starting in March will be running a series of introductory and transitional lessons with practice rounds as well.

‘Meet the Club and its members’ sessions will be held before the lessons start.

For more experienced players, the Club is running a series of intermediate and advanced lessons.

For further details about the club visit www.bridgewebs.com/hawksnest/.

To get in contact call Leslie Falla on 0413 487 282 or email lesfalla@bigpond.net.au.

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