The information below provides more detail on the Ladbrokes betting shop in Carlisle. This includes up to date address, opening times and additional information on Carlisle itself.
Ladbrokes Botchergate, Carlisle
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Address – 6 Botchergate, Carlisle CA1 1QS
Phone – 0800 731 6191
Website – See Details Below
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Ladbrokes Botchergate, Carlisle Opening Times
This particular shop is open 7 days a week at various times depending on the day.
- Monday 8:30am–10pm
- Tuesday 8:30am–10pm
- Wednesday 8:30am–10pm
- Thursday 8:30am–10pm
- Friday 8:30am–10pm
- Saturday 8am–10pm
- Sunday 8:30am–8:30pm
About Ladbrokes Botchergate in Carlisle
Ladbrokes Ltd is a licensed Betting Shop located at 6 Botchergate in CARLISLE CA1 1QS.
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 Carlisle City Council as at 31/10/2013. Source
Carlisle is a historic city and the county town of Cumbria as well as the administrative centre of the City of Carlisle district in North West England. It is located at the confluence of the rivers Eden, Caldew and Petteril, 10 miles south of the Scottish border.
Originally in the historic county of Cumberland, it is now the largest settlement in the county of Cumbria, and serves as the administrative centre for both Carlisle City Council and Cumbria County Council.
Sport in Carlisle
Carlisle is represented in English football by Carlisle United, which currently plays in the fourth tier of English football after being relegated from the Football League One. The club has played at Brunton Park on Warwick Road since 1909.
Carlisle has two rugby union clubs: Carlisle RFC and Creighton RUFC. Carlisle RFC play at Warwick Road, alongside Carlisle United Football Club.
Three greyhound racing venues existed in Carlisle during the late 1920’s. All three were independent and were known as a flapping tracks, which was the nickname given to independent tracks.