Saturday, May 21, 2022
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The original programme, shot in September 2019 and ready to air just as Covid hit in March 2020, was broadcast by BBC One Wales on the 19th August 2020 and again the following night. Reflecting the warmth and humour of...

Keeping it local

While Majestic firmly have their sights set on their overarching ‘generations’ strategy, focused on how they talk to customers, another key strategy has been ‘keep it local’, which allows each cub manager the flexibility to deliver a bingo experience...
Thanks to Government guidance and Covid-19 many people were furloughed in 2020 and working from home (WFH) became a reality for millions. As we moved into 2021 with changing restrictions and conditions, we all learned to be more flexible...
Whilst some employers were initially reluctant to send their employees to work from home at the beginning of the pandemic, there is an increasing expectation that many employees will now work from home for at least part of their working week. For some staff home...

Bingo Variety

The Association has been proud to support ‘Variety, the Children’s Charity’ who help to improve the lives of millions of disadvantaged and disabled children throughout the UK. Since the relationship began in 2015, the Association has raised over £1.6 million which to date has funded a total of...
Since its formation in 1997, the Trade Association Forum has been encouraging the development and sharing of best practice among UK trade associations and promoting their role to government, industry and the wider public. The Awards, now in their nineteenth...

Bingo of the future

The Luton club closed in March 2020, like all bingo clubs due to the national lockdown, but unlike other clubs remained closed while the teams at Mecca planned and designed the refurbishment, led by the results of extensive research. The venue was initially built in the late 1960s/early...
Club 3000 Bingo will not only be investing in creating luxury venues in both locations, but also creating around 100 jobs, helping to boost local employment opportunities and economies. Brian Fraser, founder of Club 3000 Bingo, commented, “We are delighted...
We have had to get used to change. COVID-19 resulted in unprecedented new laws to govern our bingo industry – when must we close, when can we open? And again close, open… changing permitted hours, mandatory seating, table service, masks,...

Fun in Clubland

Leading the charge has been Bongo’s Bingo, formed by Jonny Lacey AKA Jonny Bingo and Joshua Burke back in 2015. Josh shared details of their inspiration and initial journey at The Bingo Association’s AGM in 2017, since when they...
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