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Gary Taylor, Jan Whitbourn and Mark Jepp look forward to the Royal Wedding celebrations at Regent Bingo.
Gary Taylor, Jan Whitbourn and Mark Jepp look forward to the Royal Wedding celebrations at Regent Bingo.

IN THE COMMUNITY: By Tulips Events Management

A community party to celebrate the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take place at Majestic Bingo in Spalding, from 11am to 3pm on Saturday, May 19.

Fun, laughter and entertainment are promised at gthe event, plus a wedding cake and a toast to the happy couple.

Ward councillor for the area Gary Taylor said: “I would like to thank Mark Jepp from Regent Bingo in Westlode Street for making his venue available for our celebration.

“I hope to see groups of friends, neighbours, those from retirement homes, as well as some of the isolated in our communities, attend the celebration”.

Mark added: “The Regent has actively played a part in community life since opening in 1937 as a cinema. We thought it fitting to open our doors to the public for a screening of the Royal Wedding. We wanted to give locals the chance to come together to celebrate this special moment in a building that still has community at its heart.”

There will be entertainment, fun games, a raffle and youngsters are asked to come dressed as a Prince or Princess for a competition with prizes – although no-one will leave empty handed.

To be part of this event, entertain, or bring a party of people, call me on 07779895388 or email jan@tulip-radio.co.uk;

Jan Whitbourn



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