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I am sure lots of people at some point have been to Tarvin Bingo and if you haven't, then you are missing out!

The bingo is held every week on a Thursday night at the one and only Tarvin Community Centre. The doors are open at 7:30 pm and it starts at 8:00 pm, giving you plenty of time to get your seats, tickets and a catch up with your friends whilst you wait. The bingo has been running for over 50 years and is still going strong today.

Cash prizes to be won for a line, two lines and full house; also, sometimes a cheeky bonus prize if you call it within so many numbers and not forgetting the free tea and biscuits.

So, if your free on a Thursday and fancy a night out get down to the community centre and give BINGO A BIG SHOUT!

Ed: You can see from the photograph that Tarvin Bingo is so popular that the tables easily fill the space in the main hall of the community centre.

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