Virgin Bingo Says Schools Out For Summer
The summer holidays are eagerly awaited by so many people it is hard to say who looks forward to them more. It is obvious that school pupils love the summer holidays and the chance to avoid having to go to school for a good number of weeks. Even if the weather is not that great or there are no big summer holiday plans, knowing that you are not going to school is often reason enough for many kids to cheer! It is also fair to say that the staff members at the school love the summer holidays too. From the teachers to the cleaning and catering staff, the long summer holidays are definitely something to enjoy and it is easy to see why for so many people, this is the happiest time of year.
However, there are some folk who may not share the same enthusiasm for the end of school year and that would be the parents and guardians of the school kids now enjoying their holidays. If you have to think of ways to keep your little darlings entertained and occupied for the majority of summer, it is easy to see why you may be feeling a little frazzled at the moment. Kids can be demanding and if the weather remains as dull and drab as it has been of late, the chances of finding something interesting to keep them occupied may be hard.
Bingo can keep you happy
This is why adults will need to find something that can take their mind off things and allow them to enjoy the free time they have at night when kids are sleeping or at least winding down for the day. This is where the Virgin Bingo steps in because they have a Schools Out promotion and this could be just the job for keeping parents and guardians sane over the summer!
The Marrakesh room is the place to be at 8pm every week night as there will be big prizes up for grabs. With tickets only costing 10p, there is no need to break the bank to have fun and it may well be that the 2 spa day prizes that are up for grabs will be just the thing that parents need to get some relaxation. Life is not always easy during the summer holidays but Virgin Bingo are at least trying to offer some respite!