Mecca Bingo Hull Clough

Interested in visiting Mecca Bingo Hull Clough? Have a look at this page to find out about the prices and opening hours that are associated with this location. You can also find out exactly where the club is situated by checking out the map.

Address

Clough Road, Hull, North Humberside, HU6 7PE

Website

https://www.meccabingo.com/bingo-clubs/hull-clough

Phone Number

01482 492300

Email

manager_mechullcloughrd@rank.com

Payments Accepted

Mecca Bingo Hull Clough, GBP, Cash, Credit Card, £

Opening Times

Open Monday-Sunday

  • Monday 12pm–12am
  • Tuesday 12pm–12am
  • Wednesday 12pm–12am
  • Thursday 12pm–12am
  • Friday 12pm–12am
  • Saturday 12pm–12am
  • Sunday 12pm–12am

Mecca Bingo Hull Clough is open 7 days a week from 11 am. Games of bingo can be played most mornings along with every afternoon and evening.

Mecca Bingo Hull Clough Prices & Deals

The morning sessions currently cost just £2 each. Sessions in the afternoon vary from £1 – £10 whilst prices in the evening range from £3 – £12. Tickets to afternoon and the evening main events also include the early session in the price which means even better value and extra opportunities to win!

Prices are of course subject to change so we advise you phone or check online using the details above before you arrive.

About Mecca Bingo Hull Clough

Mecca Bingo Hull Clough is located in the North Shore area of the seaside resort which makes it easily accessible by car, bus, or the nearby train station.

There are 2000 comfortable seats in the huge venue, as well as electronic terminals that can be used to play Mecca Max. Promotions, bonuses, competitions, and giveaways will keep everyone happy here, plus there are numerous events and trips that you can participate in throughout the year.

There is a great range of food to choose from at the cafe including some rather delicious desserts too. There are two bars where you pick up a drink, sit back and take a short break, or for a brief change of scenery why not go and have a few spins on the fun arcade machines. Disabled guests will find parking, easy access, seating, and toilets, plus hearing loops are available if required.

UK Mecca Clubs

Mecca owns more than 80 halls in and around numerous big towns throughout the UK where the business is based. The company is run by The Rank Group, an organisation which owns several clubs, casinos and also other betting businesses in Europe along with the UK.

The company was initially established in 1961 and the head office is in Maidenhead. Additionally, it owns a website with online gaming capabilities as well as mobile applications. Mecca is considered the largest National Bingo Game operator in the United Kingdom.

Introduction of Mecca Bingo

Mecca Bingo was initially introduced from America by Eric Morely in the 1960s. Because of the relaxed legal guidelines around gambling in the United Kingdom, he thought that it would be received well as a resource for leisure.

Local communities in the United Kingdom then set about experiencing the game in an effort to make friends and as a different option than watching the TV. Quite a few people still really like visiting a club in their local area and participating in the game. It is a really social activity and you can find plenty of ways to win cash prizes and massive jackpots.

The brand has become the most recognised in the land and even the bingo callers turned out to be recognised! The original bingo calls will not be utilised in lots of the bigger halls these days, however seaside halls still use them. Ever since the 1980s, more modern clubs were built in lots of locations helping the activity to be even more common and broadly played. By 2006, there were more people going to their nearby bingo club than going to a football game.

Online Mecca Bingo

Participating in bingo online has become very popular and several participants like to use the internet to play their favourite games. Mecca is operational in both the online and the real world industries, with many things available to win for each type.

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Throughout the UK there are lots of halls in different towns and cities if you’re planning to enjoy a game. If you would rather play on your laptop or mobile device, there are lots of chances to play online.

There are many deals presented by the several Mecca clubs throughout the UK. These can even have dinner and drink discounts thrown into the picture.

Kingston Upon Hull

HU6 7PE is a primarily non-residential postcode in Kingston upon Hull.

The most common council tax band is A.

Commercial rateable values range from £4,850 to £140,000 with an average of £25,746. The most common recorded business types are Warehouse and Workshop.

Kingston upon Hull is a city, which had a population of 284,321 in the 2011 census.

Council Tax values are typical for those in Kingston upon Hull, excluding any discounts. The actual rate charged may be slightly different to that shown here, due to additional charges such as parish precepts.

Original source – CheckMyPostcode

Humberside /ˈhʌmbərsaɪd/ was a non-metropolitan and ceremonial county in Northern England from 1 April 1974 until 1 April 1996. It was composed of land from either side of the Humber Estuary, created from portions of East Riding of Yorkshire, West Riding of Yorkshire, and the district of Lindsey, Lincolnshire.

The county council’s headquarters was County Hall at Beverley, inherited from the East Riding, and its largest settlement and only city was Kingston upon Hull. The county stretched from Wold Newton in its northern tip to a different Wold Newton at its most southern point. The county still has a limited existence in the form of the Hull and Humber Ports city region.

Humberside bordered North Yorkshire to the north and west, South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire to the south-west, and Lincolnshire to the south. It faced east towards the North Sea.

Original source – Wikipedia