JACKPOT WINNERS!


Barnes Hill Big Break - JACKPOT!

Fortune found its way to Barnes Hill on Monday 16th November where a local couple, John and Marleen Copper, triumphed by winning the National Bingo Game Jackpot.  The National Prize and Jackpot prize totalled over £117,000 making this bingo session a very successful one.

The National Bingo Game's Alastair Stewart said, "This is a fantastic prize wins and we send our congratulations to John and Marleen. It was a pleasure to be able to present them with their cheque and to see another national Bingo Game Jackpot win, especially in the Christmas season." 

The delighted couple stepped in to say "This is the best day of our lives! It's been a very happy day for us and our family."

Jemma Carter-Jones, General Manager at Castle Bingo Barnes Hill added " We're simply over the moon for this recent National Game Jackpot winner!  We weren't expecting such a huge win for a Monday afternoon.  It's such an incredible sum of money and will definitely help with the forthcoming Christmas shopping. It was lovely to celebrate with the winners at the club."
Staff members of Castle Bingo Barnes Hill held a celebratory party on Tuesday 24th November for John and Marleen, and their family and friends, to acknowledge their Jackpot win.

Taking part in the National Bingo Game couldn't be easier, simply visit your local club, or go online and find your nearest participating club and get down for a session. 

For updates in the National Bingo Game Jackpot and news follow Twitter @NationalBingo and join our Facebook page at Facebook/nationalbingo-game.

All players must be aged 18 or over.  The National Bingo Game is played under the provisions of The Gambling Act 2005.  Players should always gamble responsibly.  For more information and advice visit  www.gambleaware.co.uk.  

 

© National Bingo Game Association 2017

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