Saturday, January 22, 2022
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Power to the people

Having no appetite to sell their premises and a wish to carry on playing bingo for many years to come, Majestic soon discovered the real reason for the enquiry and forged a great working relationship with Michael, helping to...

Rebuilding the future

Q: How has Clarion risen to the challenges of the last two years and not having been able to host ICE? The last 18-months have been unusual for everyone – both professionally and personally. It’s been a very challenging period...
The new venue has seen £2.3 million invested by Club 3000 Bingo, transforming it with an innovative design and layout that provides customers with a first-class bingo experience. The new club seats nearly 1400 customers, employs 40 staff and...

Bishop Auckland Best for Bingo

Nineteen year old bingo fan Rebecca Walton, from Durham, received an unexpected boost to her Thursday night at Hippodrome Bingo in Bishop Auckland, when she called ‘house’ on a life changing £50,000 Jackpot on the National Bingo Game.   Rebecca is...
Richard Sowerby Majestic Bingo

A welcome return

Majestic Bingo is delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Sowerby as a Non-Executive Director for the holding company that operates their group of land-based bingo clubs. Richard Sowerby is a name that will be known to, and remembered by,...

Bringing people together

Go Wild Bingo will take place at the newly opened Penny Black on Friday, August 28th. Organisers have been looking for a venue with an outdoor space to accommodate the event, while adhering to government guidelines on social distancing. Penny Black...
Buzz Bingo, the largest retail bingo operator in the UK, hasn't had the best of times recently. Having entered into a voluntary CVA, closed a large number of their clubs and announced job losses at their Nottingham HQ, it's a welcome...
Alan Turing is perhaps best known for his codebreaking work during the Second World War. In recognition of this, the Bank of England have collaborated with GCHQ on the intelligence and cyber agency’s toughest puzzle ever - based on...

People who need people…

Born in Erdington a little over forty years ago a work placement in a nursery, while still at school, sparked an initial interest in childcare. Always interested in work Elaine already had a part-time job in River Island, but...
Initial ‘lockdown’ presented everyone with new challenges and so too has the post-lockdown landscape: how to create COVID-compliant environments. A key part of that process has been decreasing contact between people and not sharing items. The flexibility that digital...
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