Christmas parking in the borough

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Free Christmas parking will be offered on certain days in most town centre council run car parks in the run-up to Christmas to help support local businesses and rejuvenate the high street.  

Free parking will be offered on Sundays in Windsor (Maidenhead is already free) and on Wednesdays after 3pm in both Maidenhead and Windsor in most council run town centre car parks. 

Councillor David Cannon, lead member for public protection and parking, says: “I am delighted that we have been able to bring a small amount of Christmas cheer to our residents and I hope that this supports our local independent businesses who have had a difficult year. 

“The offer is available to residents and visitors and we would encourage people to take advantage of this in the run-up to Christmas to support our local high streets.

“We are committed to supporting our local businesses and boosting our local economy.”

The free parking will be on Wednesdays from 3pm in both Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough town centre car parks on 9, 16 and 23 December. It will also be free on Sundays in Windsor on 6, 13 and 20 December. Maidenhead is already free on Sundays. River Street in Windsor is excluded from this offer.  

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