Aldington Bridge Club
Why not turn your hand to a game of Bridge?
The Aldington Bridge Club is a friendly club playing light-hearted games of bridge – a good club to join if you have been having lessons and wish to progress further before going on to play in the larger and more competitive clubs.
The club meets at 1.45 on a Monday and new members are always welcome.
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