For decades, Bingo was one of the most popular games in many countries including the UK, USA and Canada. But in recent years, most people have fallen out of love with the game. In fact, in countries such as USA, bingo games have almost faded away. Fortunately, the Brits have maintained their love for bingo games, with online bingo ranking as one of the most popular game for UK punters. Nearly all native Brits have played bingo at one point in their lives. Some play bingo every day either online or in bingo halls. This popularity has led to millions being spent to improve and run bingo hall and room all over the UK. Let’s explore why this nation loves bingo so much. It’s a bargain. Bingo is a cheap game. Bingo ticket costs as low as 2 pounds. The hope of winning big after spending such little amount of money drives hundreds of UK players to bingo halls every day. No true brit has been known to let such a good bargain pass by. Easy and Open After buying the ticket all you … [Read more...] about Why the British Love Bingo?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by New York Today ByJonathan Wolfe July 26, 2018 Good morning on this damp Thursday. Stanley Kubrick may have made it big in Hollywood and settled in England, but he was a New Yorker through and through. Before “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “A Clockwork Orange” and “The Shining,” Kubrick, a Bronx native, was a street photographer, documentarian and chess hustler in the city. Kubrick, who died in 1999 at the age of 70, would have turned 90 today. To celebrate him, we wanted to learn more about his life and his New York City. We began by flipping through the photographs he shot at 17, when he worked for Look magazine. “What is interesting about his New York is that it’s still the New York of the Depression and the war years,” said Donald Albrecht, the co-curator of … [Read more...] about New York Today: Stanley Kubrick’s New York
Magician Uri Geller is set to make one lucky punter’s home-owning dream come true by drawing the winner of a new property raffle. The spoon-bending illusionist will be randomly selecting the new owner of a £210,000 one-bedroom flat in Bracknell, Berkshire, in November this year. There is still time to enter the competition, run by developers Equinox Living, with unlimited entries costing just £5 a pop. The 330sq ft flat is on the ground floor of Abbey House, a new block of 40 one- and two-bedroom apartments that is due for completion in August. The contemporary home, aimed at first-time buyers, has been designed to maximise usable space. The kitchen by Italian design company Arta Cucine features solid quartz worktops and a Bosch oven and dishwasher. The washing machine and dryer are kept in a separate utility room and there is a rain shower in the spacious bathroom. Read more Win a mansion flat in central London for the price of a takeaway Other highlights of the … [Read more...] about how to win a new one-bedroom flat near London for £5 — with a little help from Uri Geller
The 'struggling' owner of a Hucknall bingo centre fears he is going to have to shut up shop unless he can find an investor in the next month. Tharmalingam Sritharan has run Byron Bingo for the last 14 years but a series of major break-ins and dwindling numbers is making it difficult to carry on. The 61-year-old has now made the "hard" decision to put the building – which also has a cinema upstairs - for sale in an online auction at the end of July. He wants to find someone to buy the building and invest in the bingo and cinema but it is being sold as "a blank canvas" by auctioneers John Pye Properties and could instead be turned into shops or flats. Mr Sritharan told the Post: "I did everything to keep it going but nothing seemed to happen. "It is hard because I got broken into and they destroyed everything and took every penny from the machines. Bingo is not running like it did 10 years ago because of the smoking ban, so we were already struggling and on top of that [the … [Read more...] about ‘Struggling’ owner puts Hucknall bingo up for sale
Bingo giant tombola has hit the jackpot with its new HQ. The firm is getting ready to unveil its £7million campus in Sunderland. We’ve designed a stylish and laid-back working environment that is completely in harmony with our culture of modern informality and flexibility. Mike Cronin Mike Cronin, who has overseen the project for Tombola, explained: “From the outset we set out to create high spec headquarters fit for a high growth, international-tech business.“We’ve designed a stylish and laid-back working environment that is completely in harmony with our culture of modern informality and flexibility.“It’s the ideal workplace for smart software developers, wanting to build long term careers and a great working environment for collaboration and innovation.“The stunning 15metre-high atrium with wide bleacher steps and 15m² video wall opposite, delivers a real wow factor for all visitors and gives us an amazing open space for … [Read more...] about Tombola prepares to show off new Sunderland headquarters