Below we have listed the regular opening times of Ladbrokes Queen Marys Road in Doncaster which is Monday to Friday 9AM-9:30PM, on Saturday 8:30AM-9:30PM, on Sunday 9AM-6PM. However, these can change upon the time of year as Grand National day the opening and closing is longer.
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Ladbrokes Queen Marys Road Map Listing
If this Ladbrokes isn’t nearby your location you can use the ‘Map & Directions’ listing below to navigate you to the betting shop.
Address: Royal Hotel Yard, Queen Mary Road, Rossington, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN11 0TS
Website: See the links at bottom of this page
Phone Number: 0800 030 4496
Payments Accepted: GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Paypal Debit Card
At the bottom of this page, we have listed 4 different website URLs you can choose to get you to the right section. The four different links take you to:
- Ladbrokes Casino Website
- Ladbrokes Vegas Website
- Ladbrokes Bingo Website
- Ladbrokes Sports Betting Website
Shopfront Betting Shop Images
The photos below show the shopfront betting shop of Ladbrokes situated on Queen Mary Road.
Nearby to these pictures are several shops and a large car park which is great for the betting shop location in Doncaster.
The branding of the Ladbrokes shopfront is easy to recognise with the red background and white letters. I personally think this is because they are amazing at raising brand awareness with many TV Advertising campaigns they do throughout the big sports events.
Ladbrokes Queen Marys Road Doncaster Opening Times
Below shows the opening times and closing shop times. However, beware because certain times of the year with late night shopping these can vary slightly.
For more information about opening times on Sunday or late night, shopping make sure to view the information below because we try to keep up to date on special offers ran by Ladbrokes and events in the area of Doncaster.
- Monday 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM
- Tuesday 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM
- Wednesday 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM
- Thursday 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM
- Friday 9:00 AM – 9:30 PM
- Saturday 8:30 AM – 9:30 PM
- Sunday 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Ladbrokes Queen Marys Road Doncaster is open 7 days a week because now Sunday horse racing has grown in popularity. If you want to find the closest ladbrokes shop near your location please follow this link which lists all the UK locations.
About Ladbrokes Queen Marys Road Doncaster
Ladbrokes Queen Marys Road Doncaster is a licensed Betting Shop located at Royal Hotel Yard, Queen Mary Road in DONCASTER DN11 0TS.
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: Active by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council is based at Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.
About the Shops Location
This Ladbrokes betting shop is located in Rossington.
Rossington is a civil parish and former mining village in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England and is surrounded by countryside and the market towns of Bawtry and Tickhill.
The village has a number of churches of different denominations: St. Michael’s Church (Rossington Parish Church); St. Lukes’s Church (New Rossington Parish Church); Rossington Methodist Church; Christ the King Roman Catholic Church; New Life Christian Centre; and Rossington Community Baptist Church at Holmescarr Community Centre.
The village has several schools, including St. Michael’s CE Primary School; St. Joseph’s RC Primary School; Tornedale Infant School; Pheasant Bank Junior School; Grange Lane Infant School; and Rossington All Saints Academy. Rossington Hall, which became a boarding school for “educationally subnormal” children in 1953, closed in 2008. Former councilor and Labour Party politician Caroline Flint owned 77 acres on the 3,000 acres Rossington Hall site in 2008.
The area is known as “Rossington” is made up of a number of villages and hamlets, namely “Hesley”, “Littleworth”, “Rossington”, “New Rossington”, Rossington Bridge and Shooters Hill. Littleworth was enlarged to a great degree in the 1970s, when Littleworth Park Estate was built.
The new village began to be built around the time of the sinking of the colliery. Rossington Bridge, although now only consisting of a few buildings is the oldest of the six settlements; situated on the crossing of the Roman road from Lincoln (Lindvm) to York (Ebvrscvm) via Doncaster (Danvm) it was once the site of a major Roman fort (the largest between Lincoln and York).
Rossington Bridge was also an important staging post on the Great North Road. After the colliery closed, Rossington saw the building of large levels of new, private housing, particularly around the “Old Village”, raising the village’s affluence. Locally, the village is known as “Old Village” and “New Village” but local estate agents use the term “Old Rossington” when actually referring to the “Old Village.”
Rossington Main Football Club was formed in 1919 as Rossington Colliery, originally playing behind the colliery offices in New Rossington, before moving to their current home at the end of Oxford Street in 1921. In 1998 the club merged with the latterly formed Rossington F.C. (formerly Station F.C.), and the new Rossington Main F.C. currently play in the Northern Counties East League. Ladbrokes have been known to sponsor football clubs because a huge part to their brand is football betting and it would not surprise me if Ladbrokes Gaming would sponsor this club.
Rossington is the home to the ‘RASCALS’ swimming team based at Rossington Sports Centre. Rossington Swimming Club was founded in June 1966. Rossington has a long history of local junior and senior cricket. Rossington Main Cricket Club. The cricket club has 3 senior teams that mixes youth and experience and these teams play on a Saturday and Sunday. The cricket club also has junior teams from the age ranges under 11s, under 13s, under 15s, and under 17s. As Ladbrokes also takes many cricket bets in the UK it is common for them to sponsor cricket events so Rossington Cricket Club should be approaching Ladbrokes to try and get some money for advertising their brand.
The Yorkshire at Rossington Hall is being brought to life by the Rossington Hall Golf Developments consortium and is backed by Doncaster Council. Centred around Rossington Hall, a Grade II Listed Victorian Stately Home, the project aim is to provide a quality of development not previously seen in the South Yorkshire area. It will offer a tournament quality 18-hole golf course – designed by former Ryder Cup legend Neil Coles, a superb 9-hole club course, a clubhouse, leisure facilities and 500 aspirational homes set alongside the course.