Newton Community Gaming Centre
Newton is a lively town which is considered to be one of the 6 city centres of Surrey incorporating several heritage sites including the village of Sullivan which has a community hall dating back to 1928.
Newton was named after the settler E.J Newton who established a settlement on what is today the corner of King George Boulevard and 72 Avenue and the centre point of the town. The town was able to grow rapidly as a result of the British Columbia Electric Railway.
The Newton Community Gaming Centre features a Bingo Hall with 624 seats right in the heart of the community offering a meeting point and plenty of fun with both paper and electronic bingo sessions as well as offering a Lottery centre.
A snack food restaurant is open on site serving beverages and light meals. The centre is open from 10am to 10pm seven days a week and is operated by the British Columbia Lottery Commission.
Newton Community Gaming Centre Contact Info
Location: 401A-7093 King George Highway, Surrey, British Columbia V3W 5A2