December 2005 News Stories

TOP STORY: Bingo Appeals To A Wide Audience – 16 December 2005
Gala club assistant manager pleased at the wide range of people form all walks of life now attending his club on a regular basis. Believes more men than ever are taking up the game. Read more…(Dead Link)

Scottish Nessie Scoops The National – 09 December 2005
Former dinner lady Nessie Bernard on £100,000 on the National Game and split 50/50 with her housemate and Bingo partner. Read more…(Dead Link)

Rank Expects Fall In Profits – 07 December 2005
Owners of the Mecca chain of Bingo clubs and other entertainments predict their profits for 2005 will be down slightly on the previous year, despite a rise in the average player spend. Read more…(Dead Link)

Top ITV Shows Online Bingo To Launch – 06 December 2005
ITV has teamed up with jackpotjoy.com to launch ITV themed Bingo games including Coronation Street or Emmerdale Bingo – Try ITV Bingo. Read more…(Dead Link)

Winning Big On The Caller Of The Year Competition – 06 December 2005
A betting syndicate wins big on the Caller Of The Year competition, but had the betting not closed so soon, they could have made much more. Read more…(Dead Link)

A Nice Loud Shout Please, But Not To Loud! – 04 December 2005
Scottish Bingo player Michael O’Rourke has been banned from 18 Bingo Clubs for his extra loud shouts of house. Read more…(Dead Link)

Spectacular Stained Glass At The Lonsdale – 01 December 2005
As Carlisle’s Lonsdale Cinema faces demolition, a unique stained glass window from the 30s is uncovered after being hidden for 30 years. Read more…(Dead Link)

Bingo Caller Of The Year 2005 – 01 December 2005
Karl Seth of Buckingham Bingo Club in Old Trafford won the prestigious award on 27 November in London. Read more…(Dead Link)

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