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Is parking free in Holt?

Is parking free in Holt?

Free parking is being offered in Holt in response to a devastating fire that destroyed the town’s only supermarket and post office. Motorists will not have to pay for the first two hours of parking at the town’s Albert Street and Station Yard car parks, from now until the end of July.

How much is parking at Holt Country Park?

Holt Country Park is owned and managed by North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. There is no entry charge for Holt Country Park but if you are coming by car there is a small car parking charge of £2. This covers you all day and helps us to keep the park looking beautiful for you.

What is Holt Country Park?

There’s lots to discover at Holt Country Park, including:

  • Waymarked Trails.
  • Picnic Area.
  • Children’s Play Area.
  • Sculptures and Carvings.
  • Sensory Garden.
  • GoGo Hare.
  • Easy access trail.
  • Visitor Centre.

How much is Sheringham car park?


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Car N/A £6.50

Where can I park for free in Cromer?

Free parking

  • Cromer – Meadow Road – NR27 9EE.
  • Fakenham – Bridge Street – NR21 9AG.
  • Holt – Albert Street – NR25 6HX.
  • North Walsham – Bank Loke – NR28 9JN.
  • Sheringham – Morris Street – NR26 8JY.
  • Stalham – High Street – NR12 9AN.
  • Wells-next-the-Sea – Staithe Street – NR23 1AG.

Is there free parking in Cromer?

Is there free parking available in Cromer? There are a limited number of free parking bays where you can stay for up to 30 minutes in the Meadow Road car park.

Can you cycle at Holt Country Park?

If you’re a keen cyclist, or you want to come and cycle with the children, then that’s an activity that you can do here. There is just over a 1 mile cycle ride which is traffic free.

Who owns Bacton Woods?

the Forestry Commission
Find out about Bacton Wood The woodland is owned by the Forestry Commission and is part managed by North Norfolk District Council, together forming the Bacton Woods Countryside Partnership Project. Bacton Wood, or Witton Woods as it is also known, is over 113 hectares (280 acres).

Do you have to pay to get into Sheringham Park?

One of the finest examples of Humphry Repton’s garden design, Sheringham Park’s landscape park and woodland gardens are famous for their fabulous displays of rhododendrons and azaleas. The park is open throughout the year, and free to visit, although a car parking charge applies.

Are the toilets open at Sheringham Park?

Toilets, including the accessible toilet, are open during normal opening times. We recommend downloading our map of the park before you visit to help you find your way around. Please note that the gazebo and viewing platforms are currently closed for maintenance.

How much is parking in Cromer?

Car park charges

Tariff 8am to 6pm 24hrs
Standard £1 for first 2 hours then 70p per additional hour £5
Resort £1.30 for first hour then £1 per additional hour £7
Coastal £1.50 per hour £7

Is Cromer Pier open?

Open from 10am daily. Closing times are subject to change.

Where can you park for free in North Norfolk?

North Norfolk District Council can confirm that following consultation with Holt Town Council and the Love Holt (Chamber of Trade), it is offering two hours’ free parking at two car parks in Holt.

How do I get to Holt Country Park?

To reach Holt Country Park, you need to take the B1149 out of Holt on the Edgefield Hill Road, and you’ll arrive at the park on your left. It is well sign posted. The postcode is NR25 6SP.

Do you need to contact North Norfolk District Council for parking?

There is no need to contact us as we will update these pages once we have received details from central government. North Norfolk District Council can confirm that following consultation with Holt Town Council and the Love Holt (Chamber of Trade), it is offering two hours’ free parking at two car parks in Holt.

Where are the best open spaces in Holt?

The last of Holt’s open spaces is ‘Spout Hills’ which is approximately 14 acres and can be found to the west of the town. It’s often overlooked but it’s definitely worth a visit, especially on a fine summer’s day. It’s a great spot for a picnic (you can easily stock up in town with some goodies first).