Most Popular Bingo Halls in Kent

 

Whether you’re planning a nationwide bingo tour like this bingo-loving lady or just visiting Kent and want to know which bingo halls are here then you’ll find the list of the best ones below. There are both larger venues as well as smaller community-focused halls in smaller towns across the county. Keep reading to find out where you can play bingo in Kent.

 

Mecca Bingo, Westwood Cross, Broadstairs

 

The first to mention is the Mecca Bingo that is situated in the Westwood Cross Shopping Centre in Thanet. There’s a huge car park for visitors as well as some restaurants and a cinema so you can drop the kids and the husband off whilst you go and enjoy some bingo!

 

This large bingo hall is open Monday to Sunday between the hours of 10:00 am to 11:30 pm. Throughout each day there are three different sessions, morning, afternoon, and evening. Depending on the hour you’ll get to play either 6 or 9 bingo games, and in the shorter 30-minute games there are 3 games. There is the choice to pick from paper bingo or Mecca Max, but more paper bingo games are running on some days.

 

As well as bingo, you’ll find a licensed bar and the classic Mecca food menu. Plus, there are some slot games in a dedicated area if you want to play something else other than bingo.

 

If you’re going on the weekend, then it’s best to book beforehand to make sure you get a place. This can be done online or via the phone or email address below.

 

 

Buzz Bingo, Dover

 

If you’re visiting The White Cliffs of Dover and fancy some bingo after, then you can find this in the town as there’s a Buzz Bingo hall here. There is also a slots room in the building for those that enjoy playing on these machines.

 

The club is open all week, but the Sunday opening hours differ from the other days. From Monday to Saturday it opens between 10:00 am and 11:00 pm, on Sunday it opens at noon and still closes at 11:00 pm. From Monday to Saturday, the first bingo game starts at 10:30 and this is called Breakfast Bingo. It’s an electronic-only session so if you prefer paper you might want to come later for the Lunch Club session.

 

The afternoon main event has extra tickets for the National Game and this is where you can win the Buzz Bingo Big Buzz jackpot prize. The last session starts at 9:15, but there is one more named Twilight Bingo which is only available online and that starts at 10:30 pm.

The bingo hall is located at the following address and we’ll also leave the email and phone number for booking purposes.

 

  • Address – Biggin Street, Dover, Kent, CT16 1DB
  • Email – dover.club@buzzbingo.com
  • Phone – (01304) 202013

 

Connaught Bingo, Herne Bay

 

Connaught Bingo is a small bingo hall in the heart of the seaside town, Herne Bay. It has a close-knit family feel to it as it’s been operating as a bingo hall for over 50 years! The building where it’s located at 98 Central Parade was built over 100 years ago so there’s lots of history in this hall.

 

The opening hours are between 11:00 am and 22:00 every day of the week, but there are only four sessions each day. Monday to Saturday there are the following sessions:

 

  • Afternoon early session – 1:30 pm
  • Afternoon session – 1:55 pm
  • Evening early session – 7:00 pm
  • Evening session – 7:30 pm

 

You’ll find reasonably priced food here and be able to enjoy the local feel of the venue. Definitely somewhere to go if you like these smaller more intimate bingo halls. Connaught Bingo has even launched its own online platform where you can play bingo and slot games. It uses the Jumpman Gaming platform for its UKGC licence and the whole operation, but if you want a site with more online bingo games, then you can visit www.bingocove.co.uk which is a bingo comparison website.

 

You can register via the website to play, but we don’t believe that you’ll have to pre-book a place. Here is the full address and phone number though for convenience. 

 

  • 98 Central Parade, Herne Bay CT6 5JJ, UK
  • Phone – 01227 372 128

 

Buzz Bingo, Maidstone

 

We’ve already mentioned one Buzz Bingo venue in Kent, but there are another two in the county. The next one is located in Maidstone and also has on-site car parking for visitors. It’s also open all week and has later opening hours compared to the one in Dover.

 

  • Monday: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Thursday: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
  • Friday: 10:00 am – 1:00 am
  • Saturday: 10:00 am – 1:00 am
  • Sunday: 11:00 am – 1:00 am

 

Even though the opening hours are different, the games still run at the same time as all other Buzz Bingo venues around the country. This means you’ll be in the chance for the Big Buzz jackpot prize in the two daily main events.

 

Like at other Buzz Bingo venues, there is also a slots room where you’ll find a range of different themed slot machines. Remember too that the last bingo game starts at 10:30 pm but it’s online, not in the hall. The full address, phone, and email can be found below.

 

  • Phone – (01622) 756370
  • Email – maidstone.club@buzzbingo.com
  • Address – 2 Lower Stone Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 6JN

 

Buzz Bingo, Rochester

 

The fifth and final bingo hall in Kent that we’re going to mention is the last Buzz Bingo venue and this is located in Rochester in Medway. This one is located in the Medway Valley Leisure Park complex so you’ll find many parking spaces available. This one is open even later than the one in Maidstone as all week it shuts at 01:00 am. It opens at 10:00 am all week apart from on Sunday when it opens at 11:00 am.

 

As with the other two Buzz Bingo halls, there is a separate slots room where you can find popular slot machines. There’s also a full food menu that operates for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. As well as this there’s a licensed bar which can get busy on the weekends. For bookings or enquiries then you can use the below contact methods.

 

  • Phone – (01634) 290799
  • Email – medway.club@buzzbingo.com
  • Address – Medway Valley Leisure Park, Chariot Way, Rochester, Kent, ME2 2SS

 

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