As part of its annual #lovelivelocal campaign, Denbighshire County Council will once again be offering free parking in its car parks after 3pm from 21 November to 31 December 2022. The #lovelivelocal campaign encourages more people to shop locally and support local traders and businesses, and the council’s ‘Free After Three’ initiative will provide free parking in most Denbighshire County Council car parks.
The campaign aims to encourage people to spend their money in Denbighshire, whilst encouraging shoppers and businesses to use their social media channels to share their positive experiences using the #lovelivelocal hashtag – the more people are out and about doing their shopping, and telling everyone about it, the better the atmosphere for everyone as Christmas approaches.
Please refer to the list below for restrictions and information for the car parks included and those not included in the initiative:
Corwen: Green Lane car park
Denbigh: Barkers Well Lane car park, Crown Lane car park, Factory Ward, Post Office Lane, Vale Street
Llangollen: East Street, Hall Street, Market Street, Mill Street
Prestatyn: King’s Avenue, Lower High Street, Prestatyn railway station
Rhuddlan: Parliament Street
Rhyl: Central, Morley Road, Rhyl library (disabled bays only), Rhyl railway station, Sky Tower car park, Rhyl Town Hall, West Kinmel Street
** Please note, Morfa Hall private car park, Rhyl, is not included in the initiative **
Ruthin: Crispin Yard (Cae Ddol), Dog Lane, Market Street, Park Road, Rhos Street, St Peter’s Square, Troed y Rhiw
St Asaph: Bowling Green
Cllr Barry Mellor, lead member for environment and transport, said: “Free After Three has proved popular in previous years because it is a great scheme that enables residents to support their local communities, and every little helps with the current cost of living issues faced by all of us.”
“We hope that everyone supports our local high streets and back our businesses, especially in the run-up to Christmas and take full advantage of the benefits of the scheme by using the county’s town centre car parks free of charge.”
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