Here you can find out local information for the William Hill betting shop on Sidwell Street in Exeter including contact details and opening hours. You can also see the latest online offers for this brand if you’d like to bet on your computer or smartphone.
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William Hill Sidwell Street Exeter Map Listing
Below is a map listing showing the William Hill betting shop on Sidwell Street in Exeter so you can find it if you would like to bet on upcoming sporting events. Check out our list of online betting sites to see more offers available.
Address – 162/163 Sidwell Street, Exeter, EX4 6RH
Website – See below for details
Phone Number – 0870 518 1715
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Below are some pictures of the shop which is located on a busy high street close to lots of local businesses and stores. The William Hill brand is well-known for its betting shops and online offerings and it’s trusted by many sports fans in the UK.
William Hill Sidwell Street Exeter Opening Times
These are the opening hours for the bookmakers and as you can see it’s open 7 days a week so there are plenty of opportunities to go in and place a bet.
- Monday 8am–10pm
- Tuesday 8am–10pm
- Wednesday 8am–10pm
- Thursday 8am–10pm
- Friday 8am–10pm
- Saturday 8am–10pm
- Sunday 9am–9:30pm
About William Hill Sidwell Street Exeter
William Hill is a licensed Betting Shop located at 162 Sidwell Street in EXETER EX4 6RH.
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.
More About Exeter
Exeter is a cathedral city in Devon, England, with a population of 129,800 (mid-2016 EST). The city is on the River Exe about 36 miles (58 km) northeast of Plymouth and 65 miles (105 km) southwest of Bristol. It is the county town of Devon, and the home of Devon County Council. It is also home to two of the constituent campuses of the University of Exeter, Streatham Campus and St Lukes Campus.
Exeter was the most south-westerly Roman fortified settlement in Britain. Exeter became a religious centre during the Middle Ages and into the Tudor times: Exeter Cathedral, founded in the mid 11th century, became Anglican during the 16th-century English Reformation. During the late 19th century, Exeter became an affluent centre for the wool trade, although by the First World War the city was in decline. After the Second World War, much of the city centre was rebuilt and is now considered to be a centre for modern business and tourism in Devon and Cornwall.
The administrative area of Exeter has the status of a non-metropolitan district under the administration of the County Council; a plan to grant the city unitary authority status was scrapped under the 2010 coalition government.
Exeter is in two parliamentary constituencies, the majority of the city is in the Exeter constituency but two wards (St Loyes and Topsham) are in East Devon. Exeter itself is relatively marginal, and since World War II its Member of Parliament has usually been drawn from the governing party, though the Exeter seat is becoming increasingly a Labour stronghold. The Exeter MP is Ben Bradshaw and Hugo Swire represents East Devon. Exeter is part of the South West England European constituency, which elects 6 MEPs.
Sport in Exeter
The rugby union team Exeter Chiefs play their home games at Sandy Park stadium, located adjacent to junction 30 of the M5, and frequently achieve attendances of over 11,000 spectators. Sandy Park was constructed in September 2006 and cost £15 million. Exeter Chiefs relocated there from their previous stadium at the County Ground which had been used continually from 1905.
Exeter Chiefs achieved promotion in the 2009–10 season following concessive victories against Bristol and have since remained within the highest division of English rugby, the Aviva Premiership. Many fans use William Hill when betting on these matches, check out our rugby union betting page for more details on offers and odds.
Exeter City is Exeter’s predominant Professional Association football club. They play their home games at St James Park, where they have remained since they were established in 1904. Originally, St James Park was a field used for fattening pigs. A redevelopment scheme was introduced in 2017, due to finish the year after, apparently providing a vastly increased fan experience.
Exeter City F.C became founder members of the Football League’s new Third Division (south) in 1920, but have never progressed beyond the third tier of the English football league system. In 2003, Exeter City F.C were relegated to the Conference before reclaiming their Football League place in 2008 and achieving successive promotions to League One in 2009. However, Exeter City F.C were relegated to League Two at the end of the 2011/12 season.
Exeter Cricket Club administer three teams that play in the Devon Cricket League. The first of which plays in the Premier Division at first XI level and the next plays at second XI level.
Exeter Cricket Club play their home games at Country Ground where they have remained for a period exceeding 180 years.