The food and beverage offer is currently limited to pre-packaged and quick-order products. To ensure the safety of everyone in the centre, it is best to limit what is offered. Official photo identification may be required. Bingo halls, cinemas and museums have been closed across England since the country went into lockdown on 4 January.
Bingo halls, cinemas and museums have been closed across England since the country went into lockdown on 4 January 2021. You are welcome to stay and play as long as your visit is within operating hours. You must be at least 19 years old to receive alcohol.
Are bingo halls allowed to open in UK?
According to the government’s roadmap for ending the closure, venues such as bingo halls, cinemas and museums will be allowed to reopen at the end of May. Because of this, we have been pushing hard with our plans to evolve the bingo experience in a way that will appeal to new audiences. Back in February, the government announced a target date of 17 May 2021 for casinos, bingo halls and adult arcades in England, but this date was to be made conditional on progress in reducing the number of Covid 19 cases. INDOOR casinos and bingo halls will remain closed until 17 May to free England from the current closure.
Will bingo be open in tier 2?
Before the introduction of the tier system, the government said people in “established relationships do not need social distance”. Tier 3 and 4 areas continue to be prioritised for community testing, and more than 100 local authorities have now signed up to the extended testing support programme. The main difference between Level 3 and a full lockdown is that gyms and entertainment venues can remain open if they are COVID-safe. Under the most stringent measures, all covered venues, including bingo halls, must remain closed for the duration of the measure.
At level 2, the ‘high alert’, you must not meet anyone you do not live with or who is not part of your support group, whether at home or in a public place.