Denbighshire News — November 30, 2016 at 4:14 pm — Updated: November 30, 2016 at 4:14 pm

Reminder of free after 3 parking initiative

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Denbighshire County Council is reminding residents and visitors that the “Free After 3” parking scheme is operating in the county to help support our town centres and to encourage local shopping.in the run up to Christmas.

The scheme provides free parking in all Council operated pay & display car parks in town centres after 3pm on a daily basis until the 31st December 2016.

The car parks included in the initiative are:

 

Corwen
Green Lane

Denbigh 
Multi-storey
Crown Lane
Factory Ward
Post Office Lane
Vale Street

Llangollen 
East Street
Hall Street
Market Street
Mill Street

Prestatyn 
Lower High Street
Kings Avenue
Railway Station (Coronation Gardens)

Rhuddlan 
Parliament Street

Rhyl 
Children’s Village (Underground)
Morfa Hall
Morley Road
Sky Tower
West Kinmel Street

Ruthin 
Crispin Yard (Cae Ddol)
Dog Lane
Market Street
Park Road
Rhos Street
St Peter’s Square
Troed y Rhiw

St Asaph
Bowling Green

Councillor David Smith, Cabinet Lead Member for Environment, said: “We are delighted to be offering free parking across Denbighshire after 3pm again this year.
“We feel this is a good way of encouraging people to support the town centres and to access the wide variety of goods and services available from our local businesses”.

This initiative coincides with the Small Business Saturday initiative across the county where the Council is urging people to support their local businesses and services on December 5th and in the run up to Christmas.

Denbighshire County Council is also helping support local businesses through its shop local campaign, #LoveLiveLocal which encourages people to share positive experiences of Denbighshire as a fantastic place to shop on social media and a Christmas video which will showcase what the county has to offer shoppers over the festive period.

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