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High Rollers Returning to London For Stanley Leisure
Stanley Leisure, Britains biggest casino operator, yesterday
reported that its London clubs had seen a recovery from the drop-off in
revenues suffered in the first half of the year.
In a trading update ahead of its interim results, the company said
that its casinos in the capital, which include Crockfords and the Colony
Club, had been busy in the first few weeks of the second half.
It cautioned that performance can change very quickly, but added:
If these levels continue, we are confident that we will recover much of
the business lost.
Overall, the company said, trading in the first half had been in line
with expectations, with its provincial venues producing a solid
performance. The period included a seven-week contribution from its
betting shop operation, which was sold to William Hill in June for £504
Stanley, which runs 41 casinos in the UK, said that it had seen a
rise in attendances since the abolition on October 1 of the so-called
24-hour rule, under which new members had to wait 24 hours before being
able to play.
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