Paddy Power Hoddesdon, Fawkon Walk

Where is the best Paddy Power in Hoddesdon?

The Paddy Power shop on Fawkon Walk, Hoddesdon is popular amongst many locals.

On this page, we will look closely at the Paddy Power based on Fawkon Walk in Hoddesdon.  Check this guide for details on accessibility and opening hours.

Hoddesdon Fawkon Walk Betting Shop

Use our map below to find the exact location of Paddy Power on Fawkon Walk in Hoddesdon.

Address – 2 Fawkon Walk, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, EN11 8TJ

Phone0800 056 5275

Website – See Details Below

Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card

Opening Times

Be sure to check the opening times of this branch of Paddy Power before you visit – here are the details you need to know:

  • Monday: 8am – 10pm
  • Tuesday: 8am – 10pm
  • Wednesday: 8am – 10pm
  • Thursday: 8am – 10pm
  • Friday: 8am – 10pm
  • Saturday: 8am – 10pm
  • Sunday: 9am – 10pm

Local Hoddesdon

Fawkon Walk is based in the commercial centre of Hoddesdon, near to the town’s clock tower and Clock Tower Centre.

The Paddy Power is based near a number of banks, meaning it will always be easy for you to pop along and pick up your betting money.

You will also find close links to supermarkets and grocery shops nearby.

Hoddesdon is fairly compact, which means you should be able to spot most of the local amenities you need just by walking around for a short while.  Paddy Power happens to be at the heart of it all.

Parking and Travel

Want to know more about getting here and parking up?  Don’t worry.  There are plenty of facilities based nearby which will help you get to the Paddy Power branch easily enough.

You should look for parking at the Taverners Way site, on Chaucer Way, or near Barclay Park.

Hoddesdon is only a small town, however, you should still find more than a few parking spots which will give you clear access to Fawkon Walk.

It is always worth looking for proper parking spaces – don’t ever risk picking up a ticket on double yellow lines!

Hoddesdon’s closest train station is that of Rye House, but you will also find stops nearby at Broxbourne, Roydon and St Margarets.

It is also very easy to get buses and taxis into Hoddesdon.  Therefore, public transport should always get you closer to the Paddy Power on Fawkon Walk.

Betting Shops in the Area

Take a look at other local betting shops, too, for a wider bookmaking experience.

There is a William Hill branch on the High Street, as well as a Jennings Bet on Rye Road and a Ladbrokes on Stanstead Road.  You’ll find a sister branch of Ladbrokes on the High Street, too.

Otherwise, you will have to venture into nearby towns and cities for bigger betting experiences.  Hoddesdon may be small, but it does at least have more than a few bookies to show for itself!

Local Casinos

Sadly, there are no specific casinos or gaming centres in Hoddesdon to speak of beyond those based within bookmakers.

If you do fancy trying your hand at some more exotic slot games, head on out to your nearest Merkur Cashino at Waltham Cross, and your nearest Admiral branch in Walthamstow.

For the big casino experiences, you’re going to need to head into London.  However, for most people living in the area, this shouldn’t be too much of a stretch!

Drive on out or head there via public transport.

About Hoddesdon

Hoddesdon is a small Hertfordshire town which is frequently paired with neighbouring Broxbourne, and is actually governed by the Borough of Broxbourne.

It is based in the popular Lea Valley, where some Olympic events were held during the London 2012 Olympic Games.

The town and area is thought to be home to around 42,000 people at last count, and is widely used by commuters looking to travel easily to and from London.


Hoddesdon may be small, but it is proud of its sporting achievements and leisure offerings.  They have a football team, Hoddesdon Town FC, which plays in English non-leagues at the time of writing.

Beyond this, the area is well-known for its large leisure complex at the John Warner Sports Centre, complete with swimming pool and tennis facilities.

It is also closely linked with Rye Park, where you will find Rye House Stadium – it’s here where the local speedway team used to train and play.

Nearest Paddy Power Bookies

Take a look to see which is the closest bookies to you.

As you can see above there are many Paddy Power shops that you can use. Whether you are at home or on holiday, you are sure to find one nearby.