Saturday 19 January 2019

Free late-night parking for Cheltenham’s Christmas shoppers

Cheltenham Borough Council is offering free parking to shoppers taking advantage of the town’s late-night shopping evenings.

People heading into the centre of Cheltenham to enjoy a spot of festive shopping, will be able to park for free at a number of locations around the town.

On Thursday 29 November and every following Thursday until 20 December 2018, it’ll be free to park your car at the Regent Arcade and Town Centre East car parks, as long as you arrive after 5.30pm.

There’s also the opportunity to park for free at the John Lewis car park on the same dates between 5.30pm and 9pm.

Director of Cheltenham Business Improvement District (BID), Kevan Blackadder said: ‘There will be a magical feel to late night shopping in Cheltenham this year with the array of new lights the BID has brought to the town.’
For more information about late night shopping and for some great gift ideas, see the Christmas shopping guide.

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Thursday 08 November 2018

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