“Free after Three” parking in Denbighshire during lead-up to Christmas

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Denbighshire County Council has announced free parking after 3pm every day between November 21st and December 31st, 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; Crown Lane; Factory Ward; Post Office Lane; Vale Street

Llangollen:   East Street; Hall Street; Market Street; Mill Street

Prestatyn:     Lower High Street; Post Office; Railway station

Rhuddlan:    Parliament Street

Rhyl:              Morfa Hall (Disabled bays only); Morley Road; Queen Street; Sky Tower; West Kinmel Street.

Ruthin:          Crispin Yard; Dog Lane;Market Street; Park Road; Rhos Street; St Peter’s Square; Troed y Rhiw.

St Asaph:      Bowling Green

Councillor Brian Jones, Cabinet Lead Member for Highways, Planning and Sustainable Travel, said:  “The Free After Three parking initiative has been established now for a number of years and complements the on-going #LoveLiveLocal campaign to encourage more people to use our high streets for their festive shopping. We are delighted to be able to offer this opportunity as a Council again this year and hope that people will see the benefits of using our town centre car parks and will be return visitors.

Leader of Denbighshire, Councillor Hugh Evans OBE, said: “There are a wealth of independent shops and businesses county-wide that offer a wide range of good and services. With our free parking initiative after 3pm, we hope more people will come into our main towns to see what they have to offer. I’m sure they won’t be disappointed”.

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