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Tillsonburg Duplicate Bridge Club

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Downtown Tillsonburg - Broadway
Originally called Dereham Forge, in 1836 the village which is situated on the Big Otter creek, was renamed Tillsonburg in honour of its founder, George Tillson. It was also in this year that the main street, Broadway, was laid out to its full 100-foot (30 m) width. Because the village was predominantly a logging and wood product center, the street was to accommodate the turning of three-team logging wagons. This width is now unique to Ontario and has become a benefit toward handling the pressures of modern day traffic by providing angled parking. The extension of Broadway is called Plank Line and is also known as Highway 19.

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The Tillsonburg Duplicate Bridge Club was originally started in 1971 by two ladies, Jean Tucker and Bette Heard. It has been sanctioned by the ACBL since 1976.

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mon  2018 - 2019

Community Complex Senior's Centre
45 Hardy Street, Tillsonburg
, N4G 3W9
centre: 519-688-2520


OPEN game:
7:00 PM 
(A: 0pen, B: 0-1270, C: 0-300)
Club Manager: 519-872-8786 or mail
call Jan at 519-688-0205

OPEN game - 1:00 PM (A: 0pen, B: 0-1250)
299'ers game - 1:00 PM (C: 0-300)
Club Manager: 519-872-8786  or mail

Partnership guaranteed for regular games

Unit 249      Unit 166
We play in a smoke & fragrance free venue. WE ARE A ZERO TOLERANCE CLUB
For Conduct & Ethics issues document the President
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