Parking fines dished out near Hull Fair before it even…

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Parking fines dished out near Hull Fair before it even…

Parking fines dished out near Hull Fair before it even opened
2021-10-08 16:54:00
With Hull Fair finally up and running, some drivers found themselves stuck with parking fines before the opening bell had even sounded. Parking wardens will be on the lookout for parking violations in and around the Walton Street area, as the city is overcome with the usual scores of Hull Fair traffic on opening night. Get all the Hull Fair updates by clicking here. One blue car, parked at the corner of Pulman Street on Spring Bank West, is one of the first in what will surely be a long list of vehicles to incur parking penalties over the coming days as Hull Fair takes centre stage on the city's social calendar. To avoid getting hit with a hefty fine, there are a number of alternative ways to travel to the Fair that do not involve driving. The first of many parking fines at Hull Fair (Image: Katie Pugh) Travelling by bus could make your evening much easier. Popular routes to the Fair include: Service 56: a new link from East Hull (Longhill/Holderness Road) through the city centre to the Fair/West Hull. Also, gives a link from Wymersley Road/Wold Road to the Fair. Service 63: Cottingham/Priory Road to the Fair. Service 66: Hessle/Anlaby Road to the Fair. 151/152/153/155/55: West Hull villages to the Fair. 154: Cottingham/Willerby/Anlaby to the Fair. 54: Willerby to the Fair. Get traffic and travel updates for your area Park and Ride is another popular option. The postcode for the Priory Park park and ride is HU4 7DY. The Humber Bridge has said it is not hosting a park and ride this year because of the Covid testing centre there still being in operation. Last year buses ran from 1pm to 9pm from Priory Park and Ride, departing up to every 10 minutes. The last bus to return was at 11.15pm. Fares were from £3.50 for adults and £9 for families. Some people are looking to profit from the traffic (Image: Katie Pugh) Other enterprising residents who live near the fairground have taken to advertising parking spaces at their homes for fairgoers to pay to use. One resident on Pulman Street is offering two hours for £5. Who knows how many more people have had the same idea? Your Hull Live email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Hull and East Yorkshire direct to your in

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