Bye Bye to another Bingo Hall

December 6, 2010 - by adminlo · Filed Under London Bingo News Leave a Comment 

Very soon a derelict bingo hall is going to be demolished and replaced with a home furnishings store.

As more and more people are choosing to stay at home and play bingo from the comfort of their own bedrooms, more and more bingo halls are being forced to close and become derelict and this is exactly what happened to a former Mecca Bingo hall on Liverpool.

The hall which is located at the Switch Island Leisure Park was transformed into Dunelm Mill’s 100th store and opened on December 2nd, just in time for Christmas!

The old hall closed down in 2006 and with it 28 individuals were made jobless.

Chief executive of Dunelm Mill Will Adderley said: “Because we have such a large range of products to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.”

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