Upper Hutt Bridge Club 50th Jubilee 2019
Notices from the organising committee will be posted here:

Jubilee Committee

Jubilee Charter

Jubilee Programme

Jubilee Sponsors

Jubilee Fees

A series of lessons are provided for those wishing to learn the fascinating game of Bridge.

Also from 4 June 2019 to 26 November 2019, Upper Hutt Bridge Club offers Improver Lessons to members to assist with player development. Timetable here. To register, simply email the club.

Lesson Timetable:


Club results:
On the BridgeNZ website: Use separate links for Pairs Events and for Teams Events


Interclub 2019 : Draw and results here.

Monday 7.30pm - 10.30pm
Wednesday 1.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Thursday 7.30pm - 10.30pm
Friday 1pm - 4.30pm

Mon - Frances Smith  (9389381)
Wed - Sheena Smith (970-7331) and Carol McConnell (527-9462).
Thur Open - Ngaere Church - (528-2250)
Thur Junior - Ellie Blumsky (528-8196)
Fri - Beryl McCallum (5280055)

General Information
Telephone (04) 528-6038
98 Pine Avenue
PO Box 40-118
Upper Hutt 5140
email the club

Life Members
Ngaere Church
Alex Duncan
Dick Lynn
John Rosevear
Dorothy Smith
Bill Pritchard
Ken Wood
Kath Hudson

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About Us


The club is situated at the western end of Pine Avenue that is just north of the Gibbons Street exit from State Highway 2 and River Road. Club membership presently stands slightly in excess of one hundred and eighty members who play on Monday, Thursday evenings and Wednesday, Friday afternoons.

Our playing sessions are not graded. Monday night sessions are attended by all standards of players, Thursday night has dual sessions: one for experienced players and the other for junior players. The Wednesday and Friday afternoon session are regarded as a social afternoon when players stop half way through the playing session for afternoon tea.


Visitors are most welcome and should contact the relevant convenor, to ensure space is available at a table and to obtain a playing partner if required. Our membership takes pride in extending the hand of friendship to all new members and visitors. A feature of our clubrooms is the provision of access and separate toilet facilities for handicapped members.


A series of lessons are provided for those wishing to learn the fascinating game of Bridge.

Our club conducts its own tournaments and members participate within those organised by the Wellington Bridge Centre. The club enters teams in a tournament amongst Wellington based clubs on Friday evenings once a month from February through November inclusive.