This page shows information about the Ladbrokes shop on St Helens Road in Bolton. You can find the up to date opening times as well as the current offers and the location.
Ladbrokes 171-173 St Helens Road Bolton Map Listing
Here is a map showing where the Ladbrokes shop is located in Bolton. You can use this to plan a visit if you want to go and place a bet on your favourite sporting events. View this page to see all the Ladbrokes stores throughout the UK in various locations.
Address – 171-173 St. Helens Road, Town Centre, Bolton
Website – See Details Below
Phone – 0800 030 4496
Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card
Below are some photos of this particular shop so you can see where it is located on the high street. Plenty of people like to visit their local bookmakers to bet on sports and other events. There are also plenty of online betting sites available so check out the best ones here if you prefer using your computer or phone.
Here you can see the full list of opening hours for this Ladbrokes shop. If you are planning a visit it is useful to know when the branch will be open. Lots of people use Ladbrokes online to make bets as well as visiting their local shops.
- Monday 9am–10pm
- Tuesday 9am–10pm
- Wednesday 9am–10pm
- Thursday 9am–10pm
- Friday 9am–10pm
- Saturday 9am–9pm
- Sunday 9:30am–9pm
Ladbrokes is a licensed Betting Shop located at 171-173 St. Helens Road in BOLTON BL3 3PS. – Info from Find a Bookie.
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 Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council as at 14/09/2010.
Where is the Shop?
This Bolton Ladbrokes shop is located on Helens Road at numbers 171-173.
Bolton is a town in Greater Manchester in North West England.
The town of Bolton has a population of 139,403, whilst the wider metropolitan borough has a population of 262,400. Historically part of Lancashire, Bolton originated as a small settlement in the moorland known as Bolton le Moors.
When looking for the Ladbrokes on St. Helens Road in Bolton, it makes sense to find parking nearby. While Bolton is easy enough to cover on foot, if you are travelling from elsewhere, it makes sense not to caught out by parking in the wrong place.
Your nearest car park to this Ladbrokes branch is the NCP multi-storey on Deane Road. This chain car park is open 24 hours a day for ease of access, even if the Ladbrokes isn’t! You can also find a car park between Blackhorse Street and 92 Great Moor Street if you prefer to avoid multi-storey facilities.
There is a further car park available for you on New Street, as well as another facility further out on King Street. If you are keen to explore Bolton to its fullest, you may wish to park up at the Octagon Theatre, which has a multi-storey facility on Coronation Street.
If you’re a big fan of video slots and casino games, why not try the real thing at a casino in the local area? There are plenty of casinos nearby St. Helens Road, which means if you get tired of betting or video slot games at the Ladbrokes, you can make a break for your nearest gaming centre. Thankfully, Bolton has plenty of them for you to get stuck into.
Firstly, there’s the Grosvenor Casino on Ormrod Street. The Grosvenor chain is particularly well-known in the UK, and they are most famous for presenting a fantastic series of tables and casino classics in a sophisticated style. There’s a poker lounge here as well as food, drinks and regular entertainment.
You may also want to check out the Admiral Casino at 30 Newport Street. This is a town centre casino with plenty of great games tucked away for you to try. Otherwise, you might want to take a look at the grandiose Genting Casino on Higher Bridge Street.
Ladbrokes presents plenty of great betting and gaming opportunities from branch to branch. However, if you’d prefer to look for bookmakers and betting shops, elsewhere, you’re in luck. There are several high street bookmakers only a short walk away from St Helens Road, meaning if you fancy looking at different odds elsewhere, there is nothing stopping you!
The nearest betting shop is a Betfred, which is actually just up the same street! You’ll find your local Betfred branch at number 86 St Helens Road, which means you can place your bets at two different shops in one short walk. There’s another Betfred out at 425-427 Wigan Road.
There’s also another Ladbrokes branch based at the Derby Shopping Centre on Cannon Street. Want to pause your shopping trip for a cheeky flutter? Pop in here and Ladbrokes will see you right.
If you prefer William Hill, there are several branches in Bolton worth pinning on the map. Check out 279 Rishton Lane, 22 Newport Street and Unit 4 at 16-22 Oxford Street. Just take your pick!
Sport in Bolton
Bolton Wanderers F.C. is an English Football League club which was formed in 1874 and for 102 years played at Burnden Park. The club moved to the Reebok Stadium in Horwich in 1997. The club has won four FA Cups, the most recent in 1958, and spent 73 seasons in the top division of the English league – more than any club never to have been league champions.
The town has two local cricket leagues, the Bolton Cricket League, and the Bolton Cricket Association. Check out our cricket betting page here to find out more about betting on the latest matches.
Bolton also has a rugby union club, Bolton RUFC formed in 1872 situated on Avenue Street. The club operates four senior teams, as well as women’s and junior sections. Bolton Robots of Doom is a baseball club started in 2003, playing home games at Stapleton Avenue. In addition to the adult team there is a junior team, Bolton Bears.
Baseball in Bolton dates back to 1938 with a team called Bolton Scarlets. If you enjoy baseball – you might want to have a look at our favourite baseball bet sites. Similarly, you will need to make sure you are placing the best type of bets. Find out about the various betting types for baseball here.
An American football team, the Bolton Bulldogs, plays home games at Smithills School operating varsity and junior varsity teams. Speedway racing, known as Dirt Track Racing, was staged at Raikes Park in the pioneering days of 1928, but the speedway was short-lived. Greyhound racing took place at the Raikes Park Greyhound Stadium from 1927 until 1996.
If you wish to place bets on greyhound races, make sure to have a look at the best greyhound bet sites in the UK. This way you can be sure you will receive the greatest offers and deals.