Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Heather Love - 6th December 2015 6:00am
The Tarvin Mah-Jongg Club is planning an extra Evening Club for those who wish to learn this fascinating game.
The renewed worldwide popularity of the game is seen in the UK by an increased number of Mah-Jongg groups. Did you know that European Mah-Jongg tournaments are held every year and Britain does very well in it!
The game of Mah-Jongg varies from country to country but here in Tarvin you will learn to play British Mah-Jongg as per the British Mah-Jongg Association Rules, along with some interesting new hands like Hovering Angel and Little Roberts Brother taken from the Chinese game. Pictures show Red Dragon followed by Green Dragon.
Even if you have played before you are very welcome, you will find friendly faces to greet you and to help you throughout your learning. Mah-Jongg sounds and is deliberately perceived as a difficult game but actually it is not, it is fun and enjoyable and adds a whole new language to your vocabulary
If you would like to be a part of this renewed craze or for any more information please contact
Heather Love on 01829 741598 or email: email@example.com
Ed"This sounds like an ideal opportunity for Tarvin residents who are working or have other commitments during the day but would like to take part in this very sociable game."
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