Coventry’s Isle Casino is set for a major boost next month after government changes to the law.
It means that from Sunday, June 1, anyone entering the venue at the Ricoh Arena will no longer have to produce ID or become a member.
Val Saunders, marketing director at casino, said: „The law changes have allowed us to implement an open access policy instead of requiring everyone to become a member or show ID.
„This will quicken up the whole process of gaining admission without having to queue.
„Naturally, as with any licensed premises, visitors under 18 will not be allowed to enter and to combat this we are encouraging our staff to operate a ‚think 25‘ policy and ask anyone they think that is aged under 25 to produce identification.“