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Planning for a royal celebration in Spalding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry in May this year. Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle marry in May this year. Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire.

A weekly column by Jan Whitbourn of Tulp Events Management

As we know, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married on Saturday May 19 at St George’s Chapel at Windsor.

On this groundbreaking and historic day, we are going to celebrate in style and would like as many people as possible in the community to come and join us for a very special day’s entertainment.

Mark Jepp of Majestic Bingo, owner of Regent Bingo, in Westlode Street, has very kindly offered to host this event and currently we are waiting for clearance to ‘screen the big day’ and are working on some exciting entertainment at the Majestic Bingo Hall. Exact timings are to be confirmed but already things are looking promising. The Regent, became a Bingo Hall in 1970, and has actively played a part in community life since opening in 1937 as a cinema.

Mark said: “We thought it fitting to open our doors to the public for a screening of the Royal Wedding. We wanted to give local people the chance to come together and celebrate this special moment in a building that still has the community at heart.”

Mark is delighted to be hosting this event and is looking forward to being a part of it, he hopes to be bringing along the king of Majestic ‘Kingo’ and there will be games and some local entertainment.

We would like to invite local talent to entertain us and of course there will be refreshments with ‘Wedding cake’ and presents for participants. As more entertainment is confirmed, we will keep everyone up to date.

If you are a singer or an entertainer and you would like to be involved, contact Jan on 07779 895388 or email jan@tulip-events.co.uk.


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