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England's top five Bingo halls

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For years, Bingo has been one of England's favourite pastimes. There has also been a social aspect about heading down to your local Bingo hall with your neighbours, and friends - especially for the nations older generation. However, in more recent times, online sites, like this one: https://bingo.paddypower.com/, have become the favoured method of many Bingo players - even resulting in halls across the country having to shut up shop!

Although with England slowly but surely coming out of lockdown, the Bingo halls will soon be starting to reopen their doors, so why not grab your pals and pay them a visit? If you've never been to a Bingo hall before, or would just like to try somewhere new, keep reading as we take a look at England's top five establishments.

1. The London Palace


Located at the top of the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre, the London Palace has over 30 years' experience, and is one of the biggest Bingo venues in the whole of the UK. The massive hall - which is the same size as Wembley Stadium's football pitch - boasts a seating area suitable for a whopping 2,000 people - so there'll be plenty of room for you and your friends to sit down and enjoy a few games of the age-old pastime! The venue is usually open from 10:00 am-11:45 pm on Monday's, 10:30 am - 11:45 pm on Tuesday's to Saturday's, and 12:00 pm - to 11:45 pm on Sundays. Meanwhile, the delicious cuisine, cheap drinks, and multiple slot machines will stop you from getting bored between games. With Elephant and Castle tube station being located at the bottom of the shopping centre, and adequate parking provided, this venue is extremely accessible for everyone!

2. The Pavilion Bingo and Social Club, Liverpool


The Pavilion Bingo and Social Club, also known locally in Merseyside as 'The Pivvy', first opened its doors in 1906, and celebrates a rich history! Over the last 114 years the building has been used as a wrestling venue, a music arena - which played host to the Beatles - a theatre, a cinema, and now, of course, a Bingo Hall. Aside from all that, the historic building has also survived two fires; one in 1986, and another in 2011! The latter led to a full £750,000 refurbishment, giving it a much more modern feel. Sessions take place at 1:30 pm and 7:45 pm Monday-Sunday, and with progressive jackpots up for grabs, you could walk away with some hefty cash in your pocket.

3. The Hippodrome, St. Helens


The Hippodrome, which is just over 10 miles away from 'The Pivvy' in St. Helens, is yet another Bingo hall littered with a rich historical past! The building first opened in 1903 as a theatre, and once played host to the famous Charlie Chaplin! Over the years, the Hippodrome was also a cinema before becoming the Bingo hall it is today. Opera Bingo, who have a further three halls across the UK, run the games at the Hippodrome - which also boasts electronic gaming, a Slots machine lounge, and two bars! With jackpots often in four figures, it'll come as no surprise that the Hippodrome is often packed to the rafters!

4. BJ's Bingo, Leigh


Sticking to the North West of England trend, BJ's Bingo is located right in the centre of Leigh, Greater Manchester. The family-run Bingo company have a further two halls in Reading and Birmingham. The modern hall hosts a whopping 2,000 games a week and often pays out around £65,000 within that period! The Leigh establishment also boasts 70 arcade machines and hosts the National Bingo game - giving punters the chance to win a mouth-watering £100,000!

5. Club 3000 Bingo, Manchester


This very swanky Bingo hall, situated in the Salford area of Manchester, boasts a plush Las Vegas casino vibe. Located within the Ellesmere Shopping Centre, neon lights and a bustling Slots floor welcome you in upon entry, whilst the Bingo area is one of the most attractive, and modern, locations that you'll find up and down the country! Electronic, and classic, Bingo games take place several times a day, while a contemporary style bar and diner will keep you entertained between games. The classy £3m, 24,000 square foot Bingo hall, is just one of 14 owned by Club 3000 Bingo across the whole of the UK - including Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Blackpool!


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