Welcome to Berwick-upon-Tweed Bridge Club

Berwick-upon-Tweed Bridge Club is affiliated to the Scottish Bridge Union, and plays in the East District. It has two teams which play in the East District League.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there will be no further meetings of the club until the beginning of next season in September at the earliest.

During the summer, the club is meeting twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday evenings on Bridge Base Online. Sixteen board tournaments starting at 7pm.

The club meets twice a week, on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from September to May. Play starts promptly at 7pm, so players should be there no later than 6.50pm. 

During the summer the club meets on Thursday evenings (less experienced players very welcome and there is a host).


Visitors are very welcome - if you need a partner, or teammates on team nights, contact Christine McCreath on 01289 386302 or by email.

BBO for club members

Over the summer 16-board tournaments are being run, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm, and we encourage you to participate with the same variety of partners that you would do at the Parish Hall - Christine, our partnership secretary, is always ready to help.

All the events require table money, normally BB$2. In 2020, over 60% of the table money was returned to the club. SBU master points are awarded for all pay tournaments. It is a condition of the SBU’s agreement with Bridge Base Online that all players in Berwick Virtual Club tournaments are SBU members.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask any member of the committee.

Paul is continuing to run his popular, friendly 12-board tournament on Saturday mornings at 11am. Everyone welcome.

Help, advice and useful, short(!) videos on using BBO are available at https://berwickbridgeclub.co.uk/bbo.


Winning tactics

Paul describes the scoring used in all the club and league competitions - pairs, teams, match points, cross imps, aggregate scoring - and how you should change your tactics depending on the format in this news item.

For those who are less experienced at cross imp pairs, there is a short explanation of what is a good score.

View all ยป

Latest News

Trophy Winners 2018-19

Photograph courtesy of Paul Gipson

Add content

(c) Roger Keech

Login to Pianola to view a personal history of your results, analysis of your performance, find a partner, and update your details

Forthcoming events


The books are in the cupboard. The most recent additions are five books by Andrew Robson.

Book list


Thursday nights are traditionally Improvers' nights and a handicap system is operated. Online handicaps are based on online results since March 2020.

Handicaps for the online 2020-21 season

2020-21 Online Thursday team handicaps

Add content