This page shows local information about the William Hill shop on Cricklade Road in Swindon. Here you can find out about the opening hours as well as the latest offers and contact details.
William Hill Cricklade Road Swindon Map Listing
Below is a map listing for William Hill 89/91 Cricklade Road in Swindon so you can find it easily if you want to go and put a bet on the latest sporting events.
Address – 89/91 Cricklade Road, Swindon, SN2 1AB
Website – See below for details
Phone Number – 0870 518 1715
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Here you can see some photos of the shop which is located on the high street close to many other shops in Swindon.
William Hill 89/91 Cricklade Road Swindon Opening Times
Here is a list of the full opening hours for this betting shop which is open 7 days a week. If you’d prefer to bet online there are plenty of mobile sport betting sites which you can use on your phone or tablet.
- Monday 8:30am–10pm
- Tuesday 8:30am–10pm
- Wednesday 8:30am–10pm
- Thursday 8:30am–10pm
- Friday 8:30am–10pm
- Saturday 8:30am–10pm
- Sunday 9:30am–9:30pm
About William Hill Cricklade Road Swindon
William Hill is a licensed Betting Shop located at 89/90 Cricklade Road in SWINDON SN2 8AG.
The Betting Shop is operated by William Hill Organisation Limited (#2752) trading as William Hill, based at William Hill Bookmakers, Greenside House, 50 Station Road, LONDON N22 7TP.
The license status: Active by Swindon Borough Council.
More About Swindon
Swindon is a large town in Wiltshire, South West England, between Bristol, 35 miles (56 kilometres) to the west, and Reading, the same distance east. London is 71 miles (114 km) to the east, Cardiff 60 miles (97 km) to the west and Oxford is 26 miles (42 km) northeast. At the 2011 census, it had a population of 182,441. The Town Development Act 1952 led to a major increase in its population.
Swindon railway station is on the line from London Paddington to Bristol. Swindon Borough Council is a unitary authority, independent of Wiltshire Council since 1997. Residents of Swindon are known as Swindonians. Swindon is home to the Bodleian Library’s book depository, the English Heritage National Monument Record Centre, the headquarters of the National Trust, on the site of the former Great Western Railway works, and the Nationwide Building Society, and a Honda car manufacturing plant.
Swindon is 35 miles west-northwest of Reading and 35 miles east-northeast of Bristol ‘as the crow flies’.
The landscape is dominated by the chalk hills of the Wiltshire Downs to the south and east. The Old Town stands on a hill of Purbeck and Portland stone; this was quarried from Roman times until the 1950s. The area that was known as New Swindon is made up of mostly Kimmeridge clay with outcrops of Corrallian clay in the areas of Penhill and Pinehurst. Oxford clay makes up the rest of the borough. The River Ray rises at Wroughton and forms much of the borough’s western boundary, joining the Thames which defines the northern boundary, and the source of which is located in nearby Kemble, Gloucestershire. The River Cole and its tributaries flow northeastward from the town and form the northeastern boundary.
Sport in Swindon
Swindon Town F.C. play at the County Ground near the town centre. They have been Football League members since joining the then-new Third Division (southern section) in 1920, and won promotion to the Second Division for the first time in 1963. They won their only major trophy to date, the Football League Cup, in 1969 beating Arsenal 3-1, and won the Anglo-Italian Cup the following year as the Football Association forbade Swindon from competing in the European Cup because they were in Division 3. They won promotion to the First Division in 1990, but stayed in the Second Division due to financial irregularities, and reached the top flight (by then the Premier League) three years later.
The Swindon Wildcats play in the second-tier English Premier Ice Hockey League. Since their inception in 1986, the Wildcats have played their home games at the 2,800-capacity Link Centre in West Swindon.
Swindon Robins are a speedway team competing in the top national division, the SGB Premiership, where they were champions in the 2017 season. The team has operated at the Abbey Stadium, Blunsdon since 1949. There was a speedway track in the Gorse Hill area of Swindon in the early days of the sport in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Foxhill motocross circuit is 6 miles (9.7 km) south-east of the town and has staged Grand Prix events.