Park all day for £1.50 on Saturdays in December
PR2479/MJ/RdM - 22/11/2022
Mid Sussex District Council is providing all-day town centre parking for £1.50 on each Saturday in December.
The Council is supporting shoppers and traders with discounted parking on Saturdays in the towns of Burgess Hill, East Grinstead and Haywards Heath. The £1.50 parking offer will be available in long stay car parks owned by Mid Sussex District Council.
Parking in Mid Sussex is completely free on Sundays, so that’s a whole weekend of shopping for the same price as a loaf of bread.
The £1.50 all day parking charge will apply on 3 December 2022, 10 December 2022, 17 December 2022 and 24 December 2022. The parking discounts will be available at the following locations:
Cyprus Road (long-stay section) car park – Burgess Hill
Queens Crescent car park – Burgess Hill
Station Road car park – Burgess Hill
The Vicarage car park – East Grinstead
Norton House car park – East Grinstead
Franklynn Road car park – Haywards Heath
Muster Green car park – Haywards Heath
This free weekend of parking in MSDC’s Burgess Hill long stay car parks will help those visiting the town to enjoy MSDC’s festive family activities in the town on Sat 3 December. A town centre marquee will be hosting family entertainment, crafts and fun - all completely free, for more details on these please see www.midsussex.gov.uk/playdays
Short stay car parks in Burgess Hill and East Grinstead were made free after 1pm on the day of the Christmas light switch-on events in the two towns. To coincide with the Christmas Market at the Orchards in Haywards Heath this Saturday, 26 November, parking will be free after 1pm in the following car parks in Haywards Heath:
The Orchards, Haywards Heath
Hazelgrove, Haywards Heath
Haywards East, Haywards Heath
Gower Road, Haywards Heath
Haywards West, Haywards Heath
Councillor Ruth DeMierre, MSDC’s Cabinet for Leisure and Parking said:
“We’re reducing our parking charges in the long stay car parks across our three towns to really help families and businesses during the busy festive period. We hope that as many people as possible will come into our towns to make the most of all the Christmas festivities and, of course, support local business”.
For more information about parking across Mid Sussex visit www.midsussex.gov.uk/parking.
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