Denbighshire County Council has brought back this festive initiative to encourage more people to use their local high street for shopping in the run up to Christmas and New Year.
The Free After Three initiative will be available in the following car parks:
- Corwen – Green Lane
- Denbigh – Barkers Well Lane, Factory Ward, Crown Lane, Post Office Lane and Vale Street.
- Llangollen – Market Street, East Street, Hall Street and Mill Street.
- Prestatyn – Lower High Street, Kings Avenue and Railway Station
- Rhuddlan – Parliament Street
- Rhyl – Central, Morley Road, West Kinmel Street, Library (disabled bays only), Town Hall, Sky Tower and Railway Station.
- Ruthin – Market Street, Park Road, Crispin Yard, Troed Y Rhiw, Rhos Street and St Peters Square
- St Asaph – Bowling Green
- Ruthin – Dog Lane
Morfa Hall private car park, Rhyl, is not included in the initiative.
Cllr Brian Jones, Lead Member for Waste, Transport and the Environment said: “We are very pleased to be able to offer the ‘Free After Three’ parking initiative for another year.
“Communities need our support this year more than ever, so we hope that people and businesses take full advantage of the benefits of this scheme by using the county’s town centre car parks free of charge.
“The free after three scheme supports the Council’s on-going #LoveLiveLocal campaign which highlights the importance of shopping local.
“We hope that this scheme encourages more people visit our town centres and see what they have to offer. Denbighshire businesses offer a wide variety of products and services which appeal to all. Together lets #LoveLiveLocal and support our communities.”