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Over 20 Years of bridge teaching 

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There's No Place like Home!

Come and play bridge

with us in our thatched cottage!

I taught in Primary schools before setting up my own Nursery School. I have written magazine articles and books for Scholastic Publications in the Themes for Early Years series.

I have been playing bridge since I was a teenager and have been teaching Bridge for the last 25 years in schools at home and at the Wilmslow Guild. I have taught all ages from 8 years to over 80's and even one student in his nineties! I have also taught blind people. I am a bridge Life Master, have played bridge for Manchester County and reached the top division of the Manchester League. I enjoy playing rubber and duplicate bridge and play in local clubs and online at least once a week.


One of the most important features of my bridge classes, apart from learning bridge, is the emphasis on students forming friendships enabling them to play bridge socially. This is especially important for those living on their own. It is said that one should never approach old age without having learnt to play bridge – I firmly believe this and stress that it is never too late to learn!


I am a qualified school teacher and have been trained to teach bridge by the English Bridge Union (EBU). I am a member of EBTA, the Education arm of the EBU. Before teaching bridge I qualified as a teacher of English Speaking to foreign adults and children (TESOL).




Jenny Morris - Bridge

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