Free all-day parking for Ceredigion residents in run-up to Christmas

CHRISTMAS shopping in Ceredigion will be given a boost again this year with free all-day car parking on three Saturdays in the run-up to Christmas.


There will be no parking charges at Council operated Pay and Display car parks on 09, 16, 23 December this year to enable Christmas shoppers and visitors to support the county’s local businesses at a crucial period for businesses.

Councillor Keith Henson, Cabinet Member for Highways and Environmental Services said: “We’re delighted that we are able to open up our car parks for free to help support local business, whether that be shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants in the lead up to Christmas. Our local businesses create a wonderful festive shopping experience in our towns and so we’d encourage everyone to make the most of the free parking and shop from local businesses this festive period.”

Charges at our pay and display car parks are reasonable and conveniently made through cashless means.

You can see the locations of all Council operated Pay and Display Car Parks on our website:

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