On this page, you’ll find out everything you need to know about the Ladbrokes branch on Glumangate in Chesterfield. If you’re unsure when the shop is open or where to park nearby, read on to learn more.
Ladbrokes Glumangate, Chesterfield
The below map shows you where you can find Ladbrokes on Glumangate in Chesterfield.
Address – 7 Glumangate, Chesterfield, S40 1TP
Phone – 0800 731 6191
Website – See Details Below
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
This particular Ladbrokes shop is open every day of the week at various times depending on the day.
- Monday: 9am-9:30pm
- Tuesday: 9am-9:30pm
- Wednesday: 9am-9:30pm
- Thursday: 9am-9:30pm
- Friday: 9am-9:30pm
- Saturday: 9am-9:30pm
- Sunday: 9am-9:30pm
Ladbrokes is a licensed Betting Shop located at 7 Glumangate in CHESTERFIELD S40 1TP.
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: Granted by Chesterfield Borough Council.
Chesterfield has plenty of local amenities and shops, and this branch of Ladbrokes can be found in the middle of much of them. It’s not far from Chesterfield Market or the local Tesco Metro.
Nearby Parking and Travel
Driving to Glumangate? The Rose Hill car park and the facility on New Beetwell Street will be your closest stops. There is also a car park on Soresby Street.
Nearby Betting Shops
If you fancy taking a look at other bookmakers nearby, there is a William Hill at 61-63 Low Pavement, a Coral at 3 High Street, and a Betfred at 7 Burlington Street.
The nearest casino to Glumangate is the Admiral, which is just around the corner at 27 Packers Row. Otherwise, you will need to head to the Genting Casino at Arundel Gate in Sheffield, or the Grosvenor on Duchess Road in the same city.
More About Chesterfield
Chesterfield is a large market town and borough in Derbyshire, England. It lies 24 miles (39 km) north of Derby and 11 miles (18 km) south of Sheffield at the confluence of the rivers Rother and Hipper. Including Whittington, Brimington and Staveley it had a population of about 103,800 in 2011, making it the second-largest town in the ceremonial county after Derby.
Archaeologists trace it back to a Roman fort built in the 1st century AD, but soon abandoned. Later an Anglo-Saxon village developed. The name derives from the Old English ceaster (a Roman fort) and feld (grazing land). It has a street market of some 250 stalls three days a week. The town sits on a coalfield, which was economically important until the 1980s. Little visual evidence of mining remains.
Sports in Chesterfield
Chesterfield is home to the National League club Chesterfield FC, which formerly played at the Recreation Ground (usually referred to as Saltergate). The Chesterfield club is known as the Spireites, which is named after the Crooked Spire in the town. In 2005 plans were announced to build a new stadium on the old Dema Glass site north of the town in Whittington Moor.
In 2006 Chesterfield beat Premier League heavyweights Manchester City and West Ham to move into the last 16 of the League Cup where it was narrowly beaten on penalties by Charlton Athletic. Despite its League Cup exploits, on the penultimate game of the season, Chesterfield became relegated.
Chesterfield Panthers Rugby Union Football Club formed in 1919 and played its first game in 1920. It fields three men’s senior squads, a senior ladies squad and numerous junior teams — the senior squads can be found training on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7 pm.
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