Welcome to the Benllech Bridge Club
We meet every Friday at 7-00pm in the Ex-Servicemen’s Hall in the centre of Benllech.
|Where||The club is situated near the war memorial crossroads in the centre of the village. Whichever way you are coming, it is advisable to park in the car park behind the hall. This is accessed by turning into Craig Y Don, then, almost immediately, turning first right by the OAP bungalows. The car park is at the end. After parking, to access the hall follow the building round till you reach the ramp. This leads to the entrance.
From direction of Menai Bridge Go through the village, down the hill past the bank and the Chinese restaurant and, at the crossroad, turn left, then right into Craig Y Don.
From direction of Amlwch As you come into the village turn right at the crossroads then right into Craig Y Don.
From Direction of Llangefni Take the Benllech road and when you reach the California Inn, turn right towards Benllech. Coming into Benllech look out for the school on the right and turn left into Craig Y Don.
|Car Parking||Available at the hall.|
|Visitors||We are not a large enough club to offer a hosting service, but anyone without a partner wishing to play can telephone and we shall do our best to find a partner for them. If you are new and intend to come and play it is also advisable to phone so that we know you are coming.
Numbers to ring are:
Rita Potter 01248 852072
Jill Knight 01248 853033
|Refreshments||Tea / Coffee and biscuits|
|Smoking||Following the legislation banning smoking in public places, all parts of the interior are non smoking areas. Smoking can continue outside the building.|
A Brief History Of Benllech Bridge Club
A Bridge Club had been in existence in Benllech for many years. It was a very social environment and players met in a variety of venues.
In 1993, some players decided to find a suitable venue and create a club affiliated to the WBU. The modern library in the village seemed ideal and the players settled in very quickly.
In 2009 we were informed that the Ex-Servicemen’s club had become available on Friday nights and, whereas we were sorry to leave our original venue, the hall offered more hours for our weekly duplimate. This, too, was a modern building, with disabled access and all the facilities required. So the club moved. We have settled down very quickly and hope to see a club there for many years to come.