This page provides information on the Ladbrokes betting shop in Altrincham. This includes location, opening times along with additional info.
Ladbrokes Regent Road, Altrincham
The map below shows the location of the Ladbrokes betting shop in Altrincham.
Address – 2/4a Regent Rd, Altrincham WA14 1RE
Phone – 0800 731 6191
Website – See Details Below
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
This particular bookmaker is open 7 days a week at various times depending on the day.
- Monday 8:30am–9:30pm
- Tuesday 8:30am–9:30pm
- Wednesday 8:30am–9:30pm
- Thursday 8:30am–9:30pm
- Friday 8:30am–9:30pm
- Saturday 8am–9pm
- Sunday 8:30am–8:30pm
Ladbrokes is a licensed Betting Shop located at 2/4a Regent Rd, Altrincham WA14 1RE
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 Trafford Metropolitan Borough as at 18/04/2011. Source
Places to Park Nearby
There are plenty of easy places to park nearby Ladbrokes Altrincham Regent Road. If you’re unable to park on the street anywhere in the town centre, it’s recommended that you try some of the nearby car parks which are well-rated by locals.
Local drivers recommend the Stamford Quarter car park, which is the nearest facility to the betting shop. You’ll find this at 30-34 George Street.
You may also want to consider the car park on New Street or the Goose Green car park on Denmark Street. In any case, there is no shortage of places for you to park up.
If you fancy taking a break from everyday betting and want to check out some casino games and bigger slots, there are plenty of great casinos available nearby. However, you will likely need to travel into Manchester or Bolton to access them. This shouldn’t be too much of a problem if you drive, as many are based in city or town centres.
You’ll want to take a look at the Grosvenor Casino on Ramsgate Street or even their sister site based at Parrswood Entertainment Centre in Didsbury. Both are easy to get to from Altrincham. There’s also a Grosvenor based in Sale, along with an Admiral Casino, too.
What’s more, best-rated casinos in Manchester centre include the Genting Club, on Portland Street, and Manchester 235, which is built into a club. You’ll find the 235 on Watson Street.
In any case, if you’re interested in trying out a real casino near to Altrincham, it’s worth heading into Manchester to get a taste of the action.
Betting Shops Nearby
Ladbrokes on Regent Street is a big draw for local punters. It’s sandwiched between two Betfred branches, one which you’ll find on George Street, and another on Hale Road. If Betfred doesn’t appeal to you, there’s a William Hill on Manchester Road, too.
Beyond these, you will need to travel to nearby Didsbury and Sale for more betting shops. Otherwise, you can head into Manchester centre where all the major bookmaking brands are very easy to spot.
Altrincham is a town in Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, south of the River Mersey 8 miles southwest of Manchester city centre, 3 miles southwest of Sale and 10 miles east of Warrington. At the 2011 Census, it had a population of 52,419.
Historically part of Cheshire, Altrincham was established as a market town in 1290, a time when the economy of most communities was based on agriculture rather than trade, and there is still a market in the town.
Further socioeconomic development came with the extension of the Bridgewater Canal to Altrincham in 1765 and the arrival of the railway in 1849, stimulating industrial activity in the town.
Sport in Altrincham
Altrincham F.C. founded in 1903, play home matches at Moss Lane. The club plays in the National League North. In the 1970s and 1980s, Altrincham F.C. built a reputation for “giant-killing” acts against Football League teams in FA Cup matches.
The club has knocked out Football League opposition on a record 16 occasions, including a 1986 victory against top-flight Birmingham City. Altrincham won the forerunner of the Football Conference in its first two seasons but was denied election to the Football League on both occasions, falling a single vote short in 1980.
By James Z Dooley