Our group contact is Julie Harcus. Please Click the bluebird symbol to email her.
We meet 2.30 – 4.30pm on the 1st & 3rd Thursday afternoons of each month at the Railway Inn in Sole Street.
The game is believed to have been invented by John Suckling, an English poet and thought to be an adaption of an older game called "Noddy".
Scoring is kept on a Cribbage board which unsurprisingly is also called a Noddy board.
It is an excellant card game which can be played with 2,3 or 4 players making it qute versatile so you don't need a partner to be able to play.
We operate a pay as you play system paid directly to the venue which is currently £2.50 per session.
At the moment we are unable to meet because our meeting venue - the Railway Inn in Sole Street is not open for business and obviously it is not possible to play cards and adhere to the 2 metre distancing rule. We hope that we will be able to start up again once the restrictions are lifted. In the meantime if you want to keep your hand in it is possible to play cribbage on line.