Free Parking in Bath

If you are familiar with Bath, you will know that parking, and most definitely free parking in Bath, can be a little frustrating as cars are kept away from the centre of the town to make it easily accessible for pedestrians.

7 places to park for free in Bath (2024)

If you’ve ever been to Bath you will know that, although it is a city, it is not the easiest to navigate by car. With cobbled streets and one-way systems, Bath is best explored on foot.

Bath is one of the most expensive cities in the UK to park in (both council run and privately owned car parks), so finding a free parking spot slightly out of the city centre is a great way to save money.

On top of the already hefty parking charges, Bath is also a clean air zone which means charges are enforced for those driving into the city (not currently applicable to cars).

Parking is free on the following streets in Bath, which have no restrictions:

Bloomfield Park
Egerton Road
Sion Road
Millmead Road
Lyndhurst Road
Ringwood Road
Bellotts Road

You should always check for any newly installed restriction signs before leaving your car.

We show you the best options for free parking in Bath without restrictions.

What to know about parking free in Bath

Bath is a hugely popular city, especially with couples looking for a romantic getaway.

Bath is also popular with families looking to enjoy a day out, so we recommend you find a suitable parking space before you set off, to make your visit as stress free as possible.

When parking, please be considerate of others:

  • Ensure you don’t block any driveways
  • Tuck your car as close to the kerb as possible.
  • Don’t double park as you may be parked on a bus route

Free Parking near The Roman Baths

The Roman Bath Spa is an award winning and popular visitor spot in Bath and, because it’s in the centre of the town, parking is at a premium.

If you are visiting The Roman Baths, you can park for free on Bloomfield Park, Egerton Road, Sion Road, Millmead Road, Lyndhurst Road, Ringwood Road and Bellotts Road.

If you’re visiting Bath and looking to stay over, Abbey Hotel is one of the most popular and luxurious hotels close to the Roman Baths.

Free Parking near Southgate Shopping Centre Bath

Southgate Shopping Centre is one of the focal points in Bath, with big name shops such as Boux Avenue, H&M, Mac and Pandora to name just a few.

There’s also a wide range of restaurants to sample, including Giraffe, Nando’s, Pizza Express and Prezzo.

If you’re visiting Southgate Shopping Centre in Bath for a day of retail therapy, you might want to find a free parking spot rather than paying the charges at the on-site car park.

You can park for free near Southgate Shopping Centre in Bath on Bloomfield Park, Egerton Road, Sion Road, Millmead Road, Lyndhurst Road, Ringwood Road and Bellotts Road.

Free Parking near Royal Victoria Park in Bath

Royal Victoria Park is a beautiful setting in the heart of bath, popular with families and those looking to get out into nature and enjoy the green space.

There’s so much to do at Royal Victoria Park, with a duck pond, crazy golf area and a skate park to name just a few.

There is pay and display parking on site, but it is limited, so we recommend parking on Bloomfield Park, Egerton Road, Sion Road, Millmead Road, Lyndhurst Road, Ringwood Road and Bellotts Road, which are free and have no restrictions.

Cheapest all-day parking in Bath

The found the cheapest car park in Bath to be Holiday Inn Express car park, which you can book even if you are not staying at the hotel, but this must be pre-booked.

You can choose to book this car park all day (9am – 5pm) for just £10, so it’s a great option for commuters or those visiting Bath for the full day.

Free car parking in Bath

If you prefer to park in a secure council run car park, you can take advantage of 2 free hours of parking at Larkhill Square car park (BA1 6SD). There are only 18 spaces (2 disabled), so it might get full quickly during the day.

From here, it’s a 30 minute walk into the city centre.

Free on-street parking in Bath

Free on-street parking spots are close to Bath town centre and all local amenities, so are ideal if you don’t want to walk far. It’s important to know that if you’re parking in the city centre, the clean air zone may mean you have to pay a daily charge.

Bath has plenty of free on-street parking spots close to the town centre which include:

StreetAddressSpacesFree Parking
Avon StreetAvon Street, Bath, BA1 1UN207pm – 8am
Milk StreetMilk Street, Bath, BA1 1UT87pm – 8am
Corn StreetCorn Street, Bath, BA1 1UP47pm – 8am
St James’s ParadeSt James’s Parade, Bath, BA1 1UL137pm – 8am
Somerset StreetSomerset Street, Bath, BA1 1TS97pm – 8am
Grand ParadeGrand Parade, Bath, BA2 4DF57pm – 8am

Free Parking at Bath Park & Ride Sites

There are three park and ride sites in Bath, allowing you to take advantage of free parking when you visit the town, with a site located to the North, West and South of the city, making them easily accessible for all.

If you have a large vehicle, you will want to use Landsdown park and ride as there is no height restrictions.

Overnight parking is not available at any of these park and ride sites, so you should using one of our recommended free parking spots or the council run car parks which are free between 8pm and 8am.

Parking is free of charge at these park & ride sites, but you will need to purchase a bus ticket.

Park and Ride SiteAddressSpacesLocated
Lansdown Park & RideBA1 9BJ878North of Bath
Newbridge Park & RideBA1 3NB698West of Bath
Odd Down Park & RideBA2 8PA1,230South of Bath

Electric Vehicle Charging

Lansdown Park and Ride has electric vehicle charge points so you can charge your vehicle whilst you explore Bath. These charge points are located at the back of the car park, near to the toilet block.

Bath Park & Ride Bus Ticket Prices

Ticket TypePrice
Adult Return£3.60
Group Return (2 adults)£5.40
Group Zone ( 5 adults)£11.20
10 Journeys£14.40

Free disabled parking in Bath

Parking is free at all of the on-street parking locations listed above if you have a Blue Badge.

There is no time restrictions for parking on these streets with a Blue Badge.

There are certain car parks in Bath that offer free parking for Blue Badge holders. These are:

  • Bath Park and Ride car parks

You may also park on single and double yellow lines where no loading ban applies (maximum stay of 3 hours).

Free motorcycle parking in Bath

If you are visiting Bath by motorcycle or moped and need a secure car park to keep your bike, you can park for free in any of the following car parks in Bath:

Short stay only

  • Bath Sports and Leisure Centre
  • Broad Street
  • Cattle Market
  • Claverton Street
  • Kingsmead Square

Short and long stay

  • Avon Street
  • Charlotte Street
  • Manvers Street

Motorhome parking in Bath

Motorhomes are permitted at Charlotte Street Car Park (Charlotte Street, Bath BA1 2NE) as there is no height restriction, so suitable for vans and campervans also.

This car park is open 24 hours per day and charges only apply between 8am and 8pm, so you can park for free overnight.

If you are looking to stay for multiple days, you can purchase tickets for up to 7 days, allowing you to explore the city at your leisure.

Free coach parking in Bath

The most suitable car park for coaches in Bath is the Odd Down Park & Ride, as there are no coach car parks in central Bath.

For coach drop-offs, there is Pulteney Road (BA2 4EZ) and Royal Avenue (BA1 2NR), both of which allow 20 minutes for drop-offs, except for two bays on Pulteney Road, which allow for 90 minutes stay.

Other options are Terrace Walk (BA1 1LN), North Parade (BA2 4AL) and James Street West (BA1 2DA).

Free Bank Holiday Parking in Bath

You can park for free at any of the on-street parking locations listed below on Bank Holidays.

These locations are all relatively central to Bath, so you can head out for a day of shopping or enjoy a meal without having to worry about car parking charges.

LocationMax Stay
Avon Street, Bath, BA1 1UN1 Hour
Milk Street, Bath, BA1 1UT1 Hour
Westgate Buildings, Bath, BA1 1EB1 Hour
Chapel Row, Bath, BA1 1HN1 Hour
Monmouth Street, Bath, BA1 2AN1 Hour
Corn Street, Bath, BA1 1UP1 Hour
St James’s Parade, Bath, BA1 1UL1 Hour
Somerset Street, Bath, BA1 1TS1 Hour
Grand Parade, Bath, BA2 4DF1 Hour
Henry Street, Bath, BA1 1JT1 Hour
South Parade, Bath, BA2 4AB1 Hour
Julian Road, Bath, BA1 2RH1 Hour
Monmouth Place, Bath, BA1 2AY1 Hour
Old King Street, Bath, BA1 2JW1 Hour
Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN1 Hour
Wood Street, Bath, BA1 2JQ1 Hour
Trim Street, Bath, BA1 1HB1 Hour
Railway Place, Bath, BA1 1SR1 Hour
Walcot Street (Inner), Bath, BA1 5BN1 Hour
Milsom Street, Bath, BA1 1DE1 Hour
Caroline Place, Bath, BA1 5HU3 Hours
Lansdown Road Belvedere, Bath, BA1 5EE3 Hours
Alfred Street, Bath, BA1 2QX2 Hours
Russell Street, Bath, BA1 2QF2 Hours
Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QQ2 Hours
Brock Street, Bath, BA1 2LN3 Hours
Royal Crescent, Bath, BA1 2LS3 Hours
Upper Church Street, Bath, BA1 2PT3 Hours
Catharine Place, Bath, BA1 2PR3 Hours
Rivers Street Mews, Bath, BA1 2RS3 Hours
Gloucester Street, Bath, BA1 2SE3 Hours
Gay Street, Bath, BA1 2PH3 Hours
Guinea Lane, Bath, BA1 5NB3 Hours
Walcot Street (Outer), Bath, BA1 5BW2 Hours
Lansdown Road, Bath, BA1 5EE3 Hours
Queen’s Parade, Bath, BA1 2NJ2 Hours
Queen’s Parade Place, Bath, BA1 2NN2 Hours
Green Park, Bath, BA1 1JD3 Hours
Kingsmead, Bath, BA1 2AQ3 Hours
Henrietta Road, Bath, BA2 6LX3 Hours
Henrietta Street, Bath, BA2 6LL3 Hours
Grove Street, Bath, BA2 6PJ3 Hours
Laura Place, Bath, BA2 4BH2 Hours
Marlborough Lane, Bath, BA1 2NQ4 Hours
Royal Avenue, Bath, BA1 2NR4 Hours
Pulteney Road, Bath, BA2 4EZ4 Hours
Royal Victoria Park, Bath, BA1 2NQ4 Hours
Alexandra Park, Bath, BA2 4RQ4 Hours

Cheap On-Street Parking in Bath

There are a wide range of on-street parking options in Bath, meaning you can park near all of the popular attractions and focal points.

LocationCharging hours and 2024 pricingMax Stay
Avon Street, Bath, BA1 1UN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Milk Street, Bath, BA1 1UT8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Westgate Buildings, Bath, BA1 1EB8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Chapel Row, Bath, BA1 1HN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Monmouth Street, Bath, BA1 2AN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Corn Street, Bath, BA1 1UP8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
St James’s Parade, Bath, BA1 1UL8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Somerset Street, Bath, BA1 1TS8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Grand Parade, Bath, BA2 4DF8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Henry Street, Bath, BA1 1JT8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
South Parade, Bath, BA2 4AB8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Julian Road, Bath, BA1 2RH8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Monmouth Place, Bath, BA1 2AY8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Old King Street, Bath, BA1 2JW8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Wood Street, Bath, BA1 2JQ8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Trim Street, Bath, BA1 1HB8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Railway Place, Bath, BA1 1SR8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £360 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Walcot Street (Inner), Bath, BA1 5BN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
1 Hour
Caroline Place, Bath, BA1 5HU8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.70 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £4.80 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Lansdown Road Belvedere, Bath, BA1 5EE8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Alfred Street, Bath, BA1 2QX8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Russell Street, Bath, BA1 2QF8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QQ8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Brock Street, Bath, BA1 2LN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £6.20 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Royal Crescent, Bath, BA1 2LS8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Upper Church Street, Bath, BA1 2PT8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Catharine Place, Bath, BA1 2PR8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Rivers Street Mews, Bath, BA1 2RS8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Gloucester Street, Bath, BA1 2SE8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Gay Street, Bath, BA1 2PH8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £6.20 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Guinea Lane, Bath, BA1 5NB8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Walcot Street (Outer), Bath, BA1 5BW8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Lansdown Road, Bath, BA1 5EE8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Queen’s Parade, Bath, BA1 2NJ8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Queen’s Parade Place, Bath, BA1 2NN8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Green Park, Bath, BA1 1JD8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Kingsmead, Bath, BA1 2AQ8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Henrietta Road, Bath, BA2 6LX8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £6.30 for 4 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Henrietta Street, Bath, BA2 6LL8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Grove Street, Bath, BA2 6PJ8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £2.70 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.10 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
3 Hours
Laura Place, Bath, BA2 4BH8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £4.00 for 1 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £5.80 for 2 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
2 Hours
Pulteney Road, Bath, BA2 4EZ8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.90 for 2 hour
8am to 7pm (Mon – Saturday): £6.30 for 4 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
4 Hours
Royal Victoria Park, Bath, BA1 2NQ8am to 6pm (Mon – Saturday): FREE for 1 hour
8am to 6pm (Mon – Saturday): £1.40 for 2 hour
8am to 6pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 3 hour
8am to 6pm (Mon – Saturday): £4.80 for 4 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
4 Hours
Alexandra Park, Bath, BA2 4RQ9am to 3pm (Mon – Saturday): FREE for 1 hour
9am to 3pm (Mon – Saturday): £1.40 for 2 hour
9am to 3pm (Mon – Saturday): £3.60 for 3 hour
Bank Holiday – Free
4 Hours

Cheap Car Parks in Bath

If you would rather use a secure car park to access the city centre, you can take advantage of the short stay and long stay car parks in and around Bath.

Short Stay Car Parks in Bath

Car ParkAddressSpacesParking Charges
Bath Sports and Leisure Centre Car ParkNorth Parade Road, Bath BA2 4ET128Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
1 Hour – £1.70
2 Hours – £3.40
3 Hours – £5.10
4 Hours – £6.80
Broad Street Car ParkBroad Street, Bath, BA1 5LW48Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
1 Hour – £1.70
2 Hours – £3.40
3 Hours – £5.10
4 Hours – £6.80
Cattle Market Car ParkWalcot Street, Bath BA1 5BD40Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
1 Hour – £1.70
2 Hours – £3.40
3 Hours – £5.10
4 Hours – £6.80
Claverton Street Car ParkClaverton Street, Bath BA2 4JP11Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
1 Hour – £1.70
2 Hours – £3.40
Kingsmead SquareKingsmead Street, Bath BA1 2AA91Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
1 Hour – £1.70
2 Hours – £3.40
3 Hours – £5.10
4 Hours – £6.80

Long Stay Car Parks in Bath

Car ParkAddressSpacesParking Charges
Avon Street Car ParkAvon Street, Bath BA1 1UF628Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
2 Hours – £3.40
3 Hours – £5.10
4 Hours – £6.80
6 Hours – £10.20
8 Hours – £13.60
24 Hours – £17.10
Charlotte Street Car ParkCharlotte Street, Bath BA1 2NE1,056Monday – Sunday 8am – 6pm
4 Hours – £6.80
6 Hours – £10.20
24 Hours – £17.10
Monday – Sunday 6pm – 8pm
Evening Charge – £1.50
Manvers Street Car Park5A Manvers Street, Bath BA1 1JZ159Monday – Sunday 8am – 8pm
2 Hours – £3.40
3 Hours – £5.10
4 Hours – £6.80
6 Hours – £10.20
8 Hours – £13.60
24 Hours – £17.10

Overnight parking in Bath

You can park for just £1.50 at the following car parks in Bath between 8pm and 8am daily:

Car ParkAddressSpacesFree ParkingDisabled Spaces
Broad Street Car ParkBroad Street, Bath, BA1 5LW488pm – 8am4
Avon Street Car ParkAvon Street, Bath BA1 1UF6288pm – 8am11
Manvers Street Car Park5A Manvers Street, Bath BA1 1JZ1598pm – 8am5

Season Ticket Parking in Bath

If you travel into Bath regularly, either for work or leisure, it might be more affordable to purchase a season ticket for one of the local car parks.

Avon Street

  • 1 Month – £222.30
  • 3 Months – £666.90
  • 6 Months – £1,333.80
  • 12 Months – £2667.60

Manvers Street

  • 1 Month – £222.30
  • 3 Months – £666.90
  • 6 Months – £1,333.80
  • 12 Months – £2667.60

Charlotte Street

  • 1 Month – £222.30
  • 3 Months – £666.90
  • 6 Months – £1,333.80
  • 12 Months – £2667.60

Keynsham Long Stay

  • 1 Month – £39.00
  • 3 Months – £117.00
  • 6 Months – £234.00
  • 12 Months – £468.00

Residential parking in Bath

If you are a resident in Bath where permits are required, you can apply for a residents parking permit.

In order to apply, you will need to prove you are a resident, so will be required to provide proof of address and proof of vehicle.

You can expect a cost of around £100 per year for a residents parking permit. Visitor parking permits can be purchased in the form of scratch cards.

About Bath, UK

Bath is a hugely popular spa town, offering visitors the chance to sample some of the finest restaurants, boutique shops and architecture.

There are a wide range of museums and gardens to enjoy, especially in the Summer months, as well as a host of events to suit every taste.

For avid book fans, the Jane Austen Centre offers a true deep dive into the life of one of the most loved authors.

We couldn’t talk about Bath without mentioning the famous Bath Spa, one of the most visited attractions in the town.

Other towns and cities nearby

If you’re visiting the area for a short trip or just looking for things to do nearby, you can explore these towns and cities that are near to Bath:

About the Author

Hi, my name is Amber and I’m here to help find you suitable free parking in towns and cities across the UK.

When I visit new towns and cities, I always take note of where you can (legally) park for free, whether this be on-street parking bays or council run car parks, which offer free parking during certain hours of the day.

Although I take every effort to ensure this information is up to date and correct, if you notice an issue, please get in touch so I can rectify it for everyone.

Amber

Information was last updated on January 8th, 2024