Bingo Hall set to reopen in Hunslet

Bingo is set to return to Hunslet as Club 3000 Bingo take over the former Mecca Bingo hall on Balm Road.

A Gambling Premises Licence has been applied for which states that the building will be open from 10am to midnight seven days a week.

Founder of Club 3000 Bingo Brian Fraser told the Yorkshire Evening Post:

“We are thrilled to expand our portfolio to 25 clubs and bring the Club 3000 Bingo brand to Leeds.

“This is a fantastic community and venue, and we look forward to offering our customers an exceptional bingo experience in a first-class, modern, and secure environment.

“We promise something special for both regular bingo lovers and new customers alike.”

Club 3000 Bingo was founded in 2004 and operates 24 bingo halls, mainly in the north of England and Scotland.

The company is set to invest £3 million in the building and create 50 jobs.

The licence application is open for comment until Thursday 4 July and can be viewed here.


Image: CGI of the revamped bingo hall © Club Bingo 3000


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5 Replies to “Bingo Hall set to reopen in Hunslet”

  1. I think this will be great for the people that live in hunslet and all the other areas surrounding
    The elderly will be able to.enjoy there days and evening out brilliant news
    For the community

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