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Casinos in South Lanarkshire
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Busy Market town
South Lanarkshire is a unitary authority to the South East of the city of Glasgow. It’s made up of many towns and villages, but the most important is the capital, Hamilton. Hamilton is a historical town, and the fourth biggest in Scotland. The town has had a rocky history and few name changes in its lifetime, but now it’s peaceful and prosperous. In fact it, has also received many town-planning awards over the years and is home to many buildings of historical significance. Visitors to Hamilton should take a moment to visit it’s unusual round town square.
Hamilton Park Racecourse
Hamilton Park Racecourse is a venue for the flat racing of thoroughbred horses that has been part of more than two centuries of horse racing history in the town. The Racecourse is a perfect place to have a grand day out watching this sport of kings, but don’t worry, a fancy hat is not required, making this a casual and fun place to have a flutter. The season runs from May to October and there are is a full complement of restaurants and bars in which visitors can find refreshments. This venue is also popular for special events and weddings.
Mecca Bingo Hamilton
There’s room for more than just “two fat ladies” at Mecca Bingo Hamilton, the large, purpose built club seats a whopping 1,436 people and has parking for 400 cars! The main draws are the numerous lively bingo games being held here, but there are also 75 electronic gaming machines for those who prefer things to be a bit more intimate. Smokers will appreciate a brand new smoking terrace and anyone needing a bit of a pick-me-up will appreciate the on-site bar and cafe facilities that serve food and drinks at a very reasonable price. The Bingo hall opens 11am every day except Sunday, when it opens slightly later at 12pm. If you do fancy a bit of bingo, be sure to check for up to date session times! As usual with this massively popular bingo chain, there are free games and special offers up for grabs for all visitors. If you haven’t seen the face of bingo in the 21st century, this is definitely a good place to get bang up to date.