Mah-Jongg -Do you Want to Play?

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Would you like to learn how to play British Mah-Jongg as per the BMJA rules but don't feel ready or cannot attend the Tarvin Mah-Jongg Club at the moment?

Green Dragon

NO PROBLEM — Just ring Heather on (01829) 741598 to discuss available lessons. It is recommended that the first lesson be about 2 hours and then 1 hourly sessions thereafter. You will learn the very basics of the game in the first session and the rules, hands, etiquette and strategy in future lessons. It's up to you how much you wish to learn.

If you would like to know why this game is so popular all around the world then the Tarvin Mah-Jongg group meet on the last Monday of every month in the George and Dragon pub to play — you are more than welcome to join us. Or, just pop along to one of our sessions at the Tarvin Community Centre — follow the laughter and you will find us there on a Tuesday morning and Thursday evening.

Recommend age: 18 years +

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