Singapore St Andrews Society - Bridge
Second Friday of each month at 19:30, the Society organizes a social bridge evening, which is open to members and non-members alike. The format is social duplicate, which involves changing partners every few hands. Wine, beer and soft drinks are provided
On the second Friday of each month at 7.30pm, the Singapore St. Andrews Society organises a social bridge evening, open to members and non-members alike.
The format is social duplicate, involving a change of partners every few hands. It is not necessary to sign up with a partner - however, you will need to inform the convener a few days in advance if you would like to play. Wine, beer and soft drinks are provided, along with cheese and other nibbles.
There is a separate email distribution list for those interested in bridge, so please let the convener know if you would like your name added to the list.
If you are interested in Scottish culture and traditions, please visit our website. We offer members and non-members alike a host of events and activities. You do not need to be Scottish to participate - we welcome anyone with a passion for Scotland!
The aims of the Society, set out many years ago in our constitution, are to observe and celebrate St. Andrews Day, Robert Burns birthday as well as any other event we see fit. The Society also contributes thousands of dollars to charities both in Singapore and Scotland.
The Singapore St. Andrews Society welcomes all who are interested in Scotland and things Scottish. Formed circa 1836, the Society now has around 500 members. The Singapore St. Andrews Society recognises two types of membership:
- Full membership, for Scots or those of Scottish ancestry;
- Associate membership for anyone interested as nationality is not a constraint.
To join up, download the Application Form which takes only seconds. Click here for full details
Membership fees consist of an annual subscription of $40 per person or $80 per family. Renewal of membership is $30 per person or $60 per family.
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