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Bingo in Fraserburgh - Carlton Hall
Situated in the Fraserburgh town centre, The Carlton Club, offers free membership to the bingo hall and facilities. In order to join you will need to complete an application form in advance. These are available from the hall, or you can complete the form on their website, see the link at the bottom of this page. This allows you to use the Carlton Halls in other parts of Scotland, such as Buckie, Elgin and Inverness.
There is a licensed bar and comfortable seating to enjoy a relaxing drink before or after bingo games. The Carlton also has slot machines. Snack food is also available.
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The main bus station for Fraserburgh is a few minutes walk away, as is the car park.
The Carlton participates in national linked bingo games as well as their own games - all for large cash prizes.
Address, Telephone Number And Website Of The Carlton Bingo Hall In Fraserburgh
30 Mid Street,
Tel: (01346) 513360
Homepage Url: www.carltonclubs.com
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