Hull and Beverley free parking this Christmas – what you…

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Hull and Beverley free parking this Christmas – what you…

Hull and Beverley free parking this Christmas – what you need to know
2021-12-05 16:53:00
One of the biggest headaches about Christmas shopping is finding somewhere to park and having to pay. This is one of the reasons many people turn to online shopping in a bid to avoid the stress and expense of finding that rare space on a Saturday afternoon. For all the latest shopping news click here. But shops, cafes and restaurants in our city and town centres need our custom more than ever.o help attract people into our high streets, councils are trying to make it easier for those driving in by providing free parking. Here is a round-up of the parking solutions offered by Hull City and East Riding councils. Hull Hull City Council is to offer free parking to visitors to the city centre during all remaining weekends in the run-up to Christmas. Between now and Christmas, parking will be free every weekend from 10am to 4pm at the multi-storey car parks in Osborne Street, Pryme Street and George Street. The George Street multi-storey car park is also free at weekends (Image: Ben Fisher) No ticket or purchase will be required to use any of the 1,450 total parking spaces offered by the three multi-story car parks. Councillor Dean Kirk, portfolio holder for transportation, roads and highways, said: “Supporting our local businesses is more crucial than ever, and whether you do this by car, bike or foot, every little helps.” The Christmas period opening times for the council's multi-storey car parks have also been confirmed. They are: Monday-Saturday – 7am-7pm Sunday – 9am-4pm Christmas Eve – 7am-7pm Christmas Day – closed Boxing Day – closed Monday, December 27 – closed Tuesday, December 28 – closed Wednesday, December 29 – 7am-7pm Thursday, December 30 – 7am-7pm New Year’s Eve – 7am-7pm New Year’s Day – closed Sunday, January 2 – closed The council has also emphasised alternative transport options to get to the city centre, including Priory Park and Ride. This is open from Monday to Saturday, 7am to 7pm, with 650 car parking spaces and buses set to depart every twenty minutes. Osborne Street multi-storey car park also offers electric charging points for up to six vehicles. On-street parking and all other car parks will still be chargeable seven days a week. Beverley Visitors to Christmas events in Beverley can take adv

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