Bingo players enjoy Skegness road trip

11:03 09 April 2014

Jim Wyllie, who organises bingo games at Whittlesey Conservative Club  took a group of bingo players of to Skegness for the weekend. Picture: Steve Williams.

Jim Wyllie, who organises bingo games at Whittlesey Conservative Club took a group of bingo players of to Skegness for the weekend. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Bingo club members left their usual stomping ground of Whittlesey Conservative Club and enjoyed a weekend road trip to Skegness.

It is the second time members of Jim’s Bingo in Whittlesey have made the trip to the Queen’s Hotel in Skegness - forty people enjoyed a memorable weekend there last October.

The club, which is run by Jim Wyllie and his partner Linda, is holding a charity night at Eastrea Village Hall to raise money for a defibrillator on April 25 at 7pm.

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