Expanding your mind
PUBLISHED: 10:40 14 August 2008 | UPDATED: 09:29 10 June 2010
If you ve ever thought about learning to play bridge there is now, for the first time, an opportunity to find out what it s like before committing yourself.
If you've ever thought about learning to play bridge there is now, for the first time, an opportunity to find out what it's like before committing yourself.
Rosemary Ormerod runs a number of bridge classes locally for beginners and improvers. This year she is holding two taster sessions for anyone who thinks they might like to learn the game to come along and see what it's all about.
"Bridge is a very sociable and absorbing game," says Rosemary, "and it has been quoted in scientific studies as an occupation that can lower the risk of dementia by exercising the brain in areas like memory, cognitive skills and planning."
Classes start in mid-September for both beginners and improvers, or for anyone who just wants to brush up their skills.
For more information visit the website: www.nofearbridgeExmouth.co.uk or telephone (01395) 267237.