Plockton Café Bridge Day in aid of Rag Tag and Textile

Tuesday October 25th 2022


We are pleased to announce the fourth Café Bridge Day in Plockton, organized by Kyle of Lochalsh Bridge Club in aid of Rag Tag and Textile, a charity which promotes mental well-being in the community. The sun always shines in Plockton as is well known, particularly for Café Bridge.

Scores are entered by players on their phones using the BriAn app-based scoring system. This allows us to declare a winner very soon after the last board is played. If you have not come across BriAn before, you can find out more here.

Highlights of the day:

The only extras will be any drinks or cakes you wish to purchase along the way.

Arrive in The Haven for coffee and registration from 11:00 on Tuesday morning for an 11:40 start to play. Players will be issued with a map and a movement card. Seven rounds will be played. Play is scheduled to finish at 4:30 pm. Final presentation and prizegiving takes place in The Haven at 5:00.

There is a train station in Plockton with a thrice daily direct link to Inverness which has the nearest commercial airport; EasyJet flights to Bristol, Gatwick and Luton. The nearest bus station is Kyle of Lochalsh; Citylink to Glasgow and Glasgow airport. Plockton also has a well kept airstrip and a sheltered harbour with over one hundred moorings. Car parking is free. NB There will be local cars meeting the train from Inverness arriving in Plockton at 11:17. Please accept a lift down the hill to The Haven, to allow yourselves time to register, collect a coffee and get to your first venue for 11:40.

You can find out more about Plockton here: Visitplockton.com

The cost to enter the event is £22 per player. the form linked to below appropriate to your payment method.

Rag Tag and Textile (Charity reg. no. SCO37619): To find out more about our beneficiary, please click here:


Please contact us with any questions about the event. We look forward to welcoming you on 25th October.

Miriam Drysdale (miriamdrysdale@icloud.com)  — Victor Lesk (brianplaysbridge@gmail.com)


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