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It offers sports-betting and gaming in 2,400 licensed betting offices (LBOs) and operates across the UK and online, by mobile and over the telephone through William Hill Online.
In the 1980s, I owned and managed a licensed betting office in Shaw Cross, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire - Whirly's, by name.
Founded in 1934, it is now the UK's largest bookmaker with over 2,370 licensed betting offices (LBOs) that provide betting opportunities on a wide range of sporting and non-sporting events, gaming on machines and numbers-based products including lotteries.
BOOKMAKERS run licensed betting offices, where the public can gamble on the results of anything from horse races to competitions, or the outcome of events such as elections.
The Group's customer base includes bars, casinos, bingo halls, licensed betting offices, holiday parks and other out of home leisure venues.
The Westminster Government's latest Gambling Prevalence Survey showed that gaming arcades had a 3% problem gambling rate, compared with an 11% rate in licensed betting offices.
The Westminster Government's latest Gambling Prevalence Survey showed that gaming arcades have a 3% problem gambling rate, compared with an 11% rate in licensed betting offices.
The Ladbrokes contract means that more than 6,500 licensed betting offices in the UK and Ireland - three-quarters of the total market - will now take Turf TV.