Bridge in Suffolk


See the list of all clubs – both those that are part of the SCBA and those outside.

These are the affiliated clubs with a website; the links take you directly there:

Bridge Schools and tuition

There are many places you can learn bridge in Suffolk; check our list of local teachers and the 'learn and improve' link (top-right on every page).

Table Talk

Table Talk is the magazine of Suffolk Bridge. Currently it is twice-yearly, in spring and autumn. Inside you will find articles about all aspects of bridge for all levels and experience, written by Suffolk players for Suffolk players.

Some articles are extracted for our 'content' pages but you can also download the latest issues, from the Table Talk pages.

Monthly Newsletter

We send a monthly newsletter to all members by email. To receive it, simply send an email to and we'll put you on the mailing-list.

If you've given us your address and don't appear to be getting the newsletter, check first that it hasn't found its way to any spam folder. Though we take precautions (like including your name) this can happen. If you're worried about any aspect of signing up see our policy on mailings.

There's an index if you would like to refer back or check to see if you've missed one

Bridge outside the county

The Eastern Counties:


The formation in 1980 of the Suffolk association filled in a blank on the map.

However, it not only included geographic Suffolk but portions of North Essex which are better connected to Suffolk (via the A12) than to the Essex heartlands. As a consequence of that Colchester clubs are part of Suffolk. On the northern borders some Suffolk clubs remained part of Norfolk, for example Bungay.

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