On this page, we will give you full information on where to find the Ladbrokes on London Street in Southport. You’ll also be able to find opening times, and can plan your trip via public transport.
Ladbrokes Southport, London Street
Take a look at the map below – this shows you where the Ladbrokes on London Street is based in Southport.
Address – 45 – 47 London Street, Southport, PR9 0TH
Phone – 0800 731 6191
Website – See Details Below
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
This particular Ladbrokes shop is open every day of the week at various times depending on the day.
- Monday: 8am – 10pm
- Tuesday: 8am – 10pm
- Wednesday: 8am – 10pm
- Thursday: 8am – 10pm
- Friday: 8am – 10pm
- Saturday: 8am – 10pm
- Sunday: 8am – 9:30pm
Ladbrokes is a licensed Betting Shop located at 45-47 London Street in SOUTHPORT PR9 0TH.
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: Active by Sefton Council.
The Ladbrokes based on London Street in Southport is very close to the town’s main shopping district. You will find plenty of popular chain stores nearby, as well as local bars, hotels and the train station.
Parking and Travel Information
Getting to the Ladbrokes on London Street in Southport should be fairly easy whether you drive or use public transport. Your nearest car parking facilities are both NCP multi-storeys. There is one based at the train station on London Street itself, with another found at 36 Promenade, a little further into the town.
As mentioned, the main railways station here is actually based on the corner of London Street! That means, providing your local station links to Southport, you can easily find the Ladbrokes once you’ve stepped off the train. There are, of course, also plenty of local bus and coach links if you prefer.
In terms of taxi firms, there are several local companies you may wish to take note of. There is All White Taxis, based at 181-183 Eastbank Street, Kwik Cards, based at 3 St Luke’s Road, and another firm at 161A Eastbank Street – Central Cabs. All are very popular with local people and tourists alike.
Nearby Betting Shops
If you get bored of the Ladbrokes on London Street, don’t worry. There are plenty of alternative bookmakers nearby. In fact, you’ll find two more on the very same street! You won’t have to walk too far to find Betfred, based at 14-16 London Street, while there is a William Hill just down the way. All of these branches are open until late, which means you can keep betting until long after the sun has set.
Prefer to try your luck at some real casino games? You’re in good hands. Southport is home to its own branch of Genting Casinos, which you will find down on the Promenade, near the coastline. Genting is a popular, luxury chain of casinos which many people head to for that authentic Vegas experience. Why not check it out for yourself?
Otherwise, you may need to head to nearby Liverpool for a wider choice of casino fun!
Information About Southport
Southport is a thriving town based in Merseyside, and on the Irish Sea coast. At the last count, over 90,000 people live in the area. It is closely linked to nearby cities such as Liverpool and is thought to be one of the most densely populated towns in the North West.
Sport in Southport
Southport is a town which is proud of its sporting achievements. If you’re a big fan of watching or following sport, it’s worth stepping out of the Ladbrokes on London Street to explore some of the local grounds and teams.
Southport FC originally joined the English Football League in 1921, however, they currently play in a non-league position. However, they have been promoted from Conference North in recent history, and continue to play at the Haig Avenue ground. They’ve been playing home matches here since 1905.
Southport’s rugby union team, known as the Southport Rugby Football Club, plays at Waterloo Road’s Recreational Ground. They famously support young players, with the Southport Sharks welcoming budding rugby stars from the age of six upwards.
Southport also has plenty of opportunities for golf and kite surfing, as well as other water sports. Why not get out there and take a closer look?
By Lucy Clarke
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