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HAVE FUN PLAYING BRIDGE AT OUR CLUB !!
Duplicate Bridge Sessions Monday to Friday Evenings and Tuesday & Friday Afternoons. Please click here for further information
Our Club is located at 160 Walmley Road, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B76 2QA. Click here for Map Based at: THE SUTTON COLDFIELD RUGBY CLUB.
Our Club Secretary is Gilly Herbert 0121 240 6440, you can also email suttoncbc@hotmail.co.uk with your query or you can leave a message on our message board via the
left hand menu.
The club's mobile 07749 410 362 is switched on before play starts if you want to notify late arrival.
Tuesday evenings from 7:00 p.m.

You play bridge but do you feel you need help bidding the more difficult hands?
Do you think you would benefit from having guidance and assistance with your play?
Then our Assisted Bridge sessions are for you.
Please come and join us.
Everyone Welcome
Tea & Coffee included £4 for guests £2.50 for members

07733 975066
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Sutton Coldfield Chess Club meets every Monday night, excluding Bank Holidays, from about 7.00pm till late in the Lounge of:

Minworth Social Club
Robinsons Way (off Water Orton Lane)
Sutton Coldfield
B76 9BB

League matches start at 7.30pm. Casual visitors, interested spectators, potential new members, and players from other clubs are always welcome.

We also meet on Thursday nights for friendly games, talks and tuition, etc.

The Social Club has a large free car park, and serves food and drink. It also operates as a hotel with over a dozen bedrooms.

0121 351 3531.

Sutton Coldfield has an interesting history well documented by an extensive collection of primary sources housed in Sutton Coldfield Library. Members of the Research Group have access to this material, and enjoy studying it to find out about aspects of the history of the Royal Town. Completed research is published in our journal, Proceedings of the Sutton Coldfield Local History Research Group.

Members who wish to do research meet any Tuesday (2.00 – 4.30 p.m.) at Sutton Library, coming as often as they wish to pursue their research topic, with help from experienced members of the Group and library staff. All members receive regular newsletters with details of our occasional field meetings and public lectures, and a free copy of our Proceedings whenever it is published.