April 2006 News Stories

TOP STORY: Bank Holiday Blackpool Fun – 25 April 2006
With the Bank Holiday around the corner, Blackpool Bingo has a number of free games and big prizes to celebrate. Read more…(Dead Link)

Record Online Jackpot For Luton Lady – 21 April 2006
Lucky Jo Collins from Luton won a massive £162,000 jackpot playing Bingo online at Gala’s new site. Read more…(Dead Link)

Gala’s New Machines To Help The Visually Impaired – 17 April 2006
Dundee’s Gala Bingo hall has fitted new machines to aid visually impaired Bingo fans enjoy the game, with great success. Read more…(Dead Link)

Castle Lights And Sounds – 11 April 2006
The thousand seater Castle Bingo hall in Nantgarw is full of unique new mood lighting supplied by and AV equipment supplied and fitted by specialists Vaughan Sound Installations. Read more…(Dead Link)

Butlins, Balls And Bingo – 11 April 2006
Holiday camp specialists Butlins have launched their own online bingo brand, money from which will help to raise awareness of and contribute towards testicular cancer. Read more…(Dead Link)

From Shouting House To House Of God – 10 April 2006
First it was a cinema, then a Gala Bingo Hall, but now Wadsworth Council has approved plans to turn Battersea’s old Granada Cinema into a church. Read more…(Dead Link)

New Look National – 07 April 2006
Bingo’s biggest prize game is set to be rebranded ahead of a big marketing campaign later this year. Read more…(Dead Link)

Burning Down The House – 04 April 2006
Bingo players in Llangefni had a lucky escape as the hall they were in fire broke out as they played Bingo. Read more…(Dead Link)

MP Holds Surgery At Local Bingo Club – 04 April 2006
In a new attempt at engaging a disenfranchised audience, Livingston MP Jim Devine will be meeting the punters at the Calton club to talk politics. Read more…(Dead Link)

BingoTek Hits The UK With Cyberslotz – 01 April 2006
American online bingo specialists partner with Cyberslotz and aim to bring the atmosphere of the hall online. Read more…

Return Of The Ninety Game – 01 April 2006
Article points to the continuing trend for online companies to embrace the UK’s favourite 90 Ball game, after years neglecting it. Read more…(Dead Link)

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