Below are all the details you need to know for Ladbrokes on Allerton Road in Liverpool. Here you can find out about the opening hours as well as special offers and information on this specific location.
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Ladbrokes Allerton Road, Liverpool Map Listing
Here you can see the full map listing for this Ladbrokes betting shop in Liverpool. This should help if you are looking for directions to this location to place a bet or see what’s on offer.
Address – 81-83 Allerton Road, Wavertree Technology Park, Liverpool
Website – See Details Below
Phone – 0800 030 4496
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
These photos show the location of the Ladbrokes shop on Allerton Road. It is surrounded by several other high street shops as well as restaurants and cafes. Visit our Ladbrokes page as well to learn more about the online deals and offers available from this top brand.
Ladbrokes 81-83 Allerton Road Liverpool Opening Times
This shop is open every day of the week which is very convenient for anyone wanting to visit and place a bet. Many shops now open on Sundays to accommodate horse race betting as events are often help on these days now. You can see the full list of opening hours here:
- Monday 8:30am–10pm
- Tuesday 8:30am–10pm
- Wednesday 8:30am–10pm
- Thursday 8:30am–10pm
- Friday 8:30am–10pm
- Saturday 8:30am–9:30pm
- Sunday 10am–10pm
To find out more about all the different Ladbrokes betting shop branches throughout the UK, visit this page to see the full list.
About Ladbrokes 81-83 Allerton Road Liverpool
Ladbrokes is a licensed Betting Shop located at 81-83 Allerton Road, Mossley Hill in LIVERPOOL L18 2DA.
The Betting Shop is operated by Ladbrokes Betting & Gaming Limited (#1611) trading as Ladbrokes, based at Ladbrokes Ltd, Imperial House, Imperial Drive, HARROW HA2 7JW.
The license status: Grant by Liverpool City Council as at 09/04/2011. – Information from Find a Bookie
About the Location
Wavertree is an area of Liverpool, in Merseyside, England, and is a Liverpool City Council ward. The population of the ward taken at the 2011 census was 14,772. Historically in Lancashire, it is bordered by a number of districts to the south and east of Liverpool city centre from Toxteth, Edge Hill, Fairfield, Old Swan, Childwall and Mossley Hill.
The name derives from the Old English words wæfre and treow, meaning “wavering tree”, possibly in reference to aspen trees common locally. It has also been variously described as “a clearing in a wood” or “the place by the common pond”. In the past the name has been spelt Watry, Wartre, Waurtree, Wavertre and Wavertree. The earliest settlement of Wavertree is attested to by the discovery of Bronze Age burial urns in Victoria Park in the mid-1880s. The Domesday Book reference is “Leving held Wauretreu. There are 2 carucates of land. It was worth 64 pence”.
Wavertree was part of the parish of Childwall in the West Derby hundred.
Wavertree also boasts a village lock-up, commonly known as The Roundhouse, despite being octagonal in shape. Built in 1796, and later modified by prominent local resident and architect Sir James Picton, it was once used to detain local drunks. The lock-up was made a listed building in 1952. A similar structure, Everton Lock-Up sometimes called Prince Rupert’s Tower, survives in Everton. The village green, on which Wavertree’s lock-up was built, is officially the only surviving piece of common land in Liverpool.
Holy Trinity Church was built in 1794 and is situated on Church Road close to the famous Blue Coat School.
Wavertree Town Hall was built in 1872 as the headquarters of the Wavertree Local Board of Health. The motto on the town hall is sub umbra floresco or “I flourish in the shade”. Rescued from demolition in 1979, the town hall is now a pub.
In 1895, the village of Wavertree was incorporated into the city of Liverpool.