This page shows information about the Coral bookmakers located on Unthank Road in Norwich. Here you can find the latest offers from this brand as well as the location of the shop.
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Coral Unthank Road Norwich Map Listing
Below is a map showing the location of this particular Coral branch so you can easily find it if you want to go and bet on your favourite sports and events.
Address – 129 Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2PE
Website – See details below
Phone – 0800 169 0299
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Below you can see some photos of the betting shop itself so you can have a look at where it is located and what it looks like. This brand is perfect for betting on a whole host of different sporting events. You can also check out our page on cricket betting here if you are interested in this particular sport.
Coral 129 Unthank Road Norwich Opening Times
We don’t have the full list of opening hours for this particular shop but it is open 7 days a week at various times. We would recommend contacting the bookmakers yourself to find out exactly what time it opens on each day of the week.
If you prefer betting online or using your mobile, Coral offers some great features on their website. You can also check out our top online betting sites if you’d like to find more offers.
About Coral Unthank Road Norwich
Coral Racing Ltd is a licensed Betting Shop located at 129 Unthank Road in NORWICH NR2 2PE. – Source
The Betting Shop is operated by Coral Racing Limited (#2360) trading as Coral, based at Gala Coral Group Ltd, New Castle House, Castle Boulevard, NOTTINGHAM NG7 1FT.
The license status: Grant by Norwich City Council as at 18/05/2011.
Where is the Shop Located?
Norwich is a cathedral city in Norfolk, England. Situated on the River Wensum in East Anglia, it lies approximately 100 miles (161 km) north-east of London. It is the county town of Norfolk and is considered the capital of East Anglia, with a population of 141,300. From the Middle Ages until the Industrial Revolution, Norwich was the largest city in England after London, and one of the most important.
Norwich has been governed by two tiers of local government since the implementation of the Local Government Act 1972. The upper tier is Norfolk County Council, which manages strategic services such as schools, social services and libraries across the county of Norfolk. The lower tier is Norwich City Council, which manages local services such as housing, planning, leisure and tourism.
Norwich elects 13 county councillors to the 84-member county council. The city is divided into single-member electoral divisions, and county councillors are elected every four years.
Historically Norwich has been associated with art, literature and publishing, which continues to the present day. Norwich was the site of the first provincial library in England, which opened in 1608, and was the first city to implement the Public Libraries Act 1850. The Norwich Post was the first provincial newspaper outside London, first published in 1701.
The principal local football club is Norwich City, also known as the Canaries, who play in the second tier of English football, the Championship, after being relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2015–16 season. The city’s second club, Norwich United (who are based in Blofield some 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of the city) and Norwich CBS play in the Eastern Counties League. The now-defunct Gothic were also based in Norwich. Local football clubs are served by the Norwich and District Saturday Football League.
Fans often use Coral to bet on football matches by either visiting their local bookmakers or going online to place their bets. You can also use other online football betting sites to find the latest welcome offers and deals.
Norwich has two main rowing clubs in the Yare Boat Club, which is the older but smaller of the two, based on an island on the River Yare accessed from beside the Rivergarden pub on Thorpe Road in Norwich; and Norwich Rowing Club which is larger and, in partnership with Norwich Canoe Club, UEA Boat Club, Norwich School Boat Club and Norwich High School Rowing Club, has recently built a new boat house alongside Whitlingham Little Broad and the River Yare. Norwich Canoe Club specialise in sprint and marathon racing. They hold the highest British Canoe Union Top Club Gold accreditation and are one of the more successful clubs in the UK. Ian Wynne, 2004 Olympics K1 500m bronze medallist, is an honorary member of the club.
Speedway racing was staged in Norwich both before and after World War II at The Firs Stadium on the Holt Road, Hellesdon. The Norwich Stars raced in the Northern League of 1946 and the National League Division Two between 1947 and 1951, winning it in 1951. They were subsequently elevated to the National League and raced at the top flight until the stadium was closed at the end of the 1964 season. One meeting was staged at a venue at Hevingham but the event, staged without an official permit, did not lead to a revival of the sport in the Norwich area.