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Published on Tuesday 21st May 2019 at 06:02
If you love a game of Bingo, make sure you pop down to the Lonny Wilsoncroft Community Centre on Saturday 25th May for our bingo night. Minimum pay out per game will be £5.00, the more that come the bigger the pay out. Food available on the night - Chips, Chilli and Tortilla Chips. So come on down for a fun filled, friendly night to help raise funds for the boiler and roof fund.
Published on Sunday 29th March 2015 at 07:28
Thanks to all who came to the Barn Dance, everyone that came thoroughly enjoyed themselves and had a great time. Our next event is the bingo night at the end of April. A book of 5 games for £2.50 and flyers @ £1.00 each, refreshments and bar on the night. So we hope to see you on the 25th April!!
Published on Saturday 3rd May 2014 at 06:04
Join us for our sensational Bingo Night. £2.50 for a book of five games - £1.00 for a flyer. Half books available for £1.25. We are guaranteeing a full house price of at least £5.00 regardless of how many peole attend, but the more that come the better the prize money. There will be hot refreshments on sale and a bar. Raffle So come along and join the fun! Saturday 31st May 2914, doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30 start. Eyes Down, here we go! All proceeds to the mini bus fund.
Published on Sunday 16th June 2013 at 07:10
Friday Night Bingo has been running at the Lonny Wilsoncroft since 4 July 2008, and has raised alot of money for us over the five years it has been running. Unfortunately, over the past two years the amount of people attending has reduced significantly. We gave it a break whilst we had the kitchen built, and hoped it would pick up again when we started back in April this year. Unfortunately that has not happened, so we have made a decision to cancel the weekly friday night bingo sessions and try holiding it just once a month. Bingo will now take place on the first Friday of every month. A...
We are currently Raising Money to install a new boiler and roof to the Lonny Wilsoncroft Community Centre