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Meadowhall Full To Capacity - Shoppers Told To Wait Outside!

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Just now, butlers said:

There's probably never been more parking in town.

 

Yeah but none of it's free, it's like 2 quid an hour minimum.

 

But of course I don't drive so it'll never affect me :D 

 

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9 minutes ago, Mr Allen said:

Indeed, fortunately that's unlikely to ever happen, especially given the lack of parking in Town, and the Council's general hatred of cars in Town.

 

There's plenty of car parking spaces in town

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4 minutes ago, Mister M said:

There's plenty of car parking spaces in town

See above :D 

 

None of which is free, minimum of 2 quid an hour

 

 

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Nothing is free I'm afraid. Not even car parking spaces.

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17 minutes ago, Mister M said:

Nothing is free I'm afraid. Not even car parking spaces.

Meadowhall parking is free for up to 3 hours apparently.

 

Linky

 

Edited by Mr Allen
Typos

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And not forgetting that it's a reduced capacity too at Meadowhall... maximum 8,500 at any one time.

 

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Remember at the first lockdown when all the big stores closed and we all decided it was a great idea to support the small local independent shops ?

Ahh, they were great times weren't they.

Meadow who ?

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regarding town parking - compared to when i started driving and visited town regularly, parking is now more prolific and no more costly however there's nowhere to shop any longer,so 20 years too late imo.

 

Indoor shopping ticks a few boxes for many people  - the main one being indoors during inclement weather. Ikea was the same allegedly on bank Holiday with queues of and hour to get parked. No big surprise.

 

It'll happen again at Christmas with or without Cvoid restrictions in place.

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Going off what I have read on Facebook, it sounds an awful place at the moment anyway. Power hungry monitors wandering around telling people off for the smallest of infractions.  Sounds very familiar, actually. Ah, memories.

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25 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

Going off what I have read on Facebook, it sounds an awful place at the moment anyway. Power hungry monitors wandering around telling people off for the smallest of infractions.  Sounds very familiar, actually. Ah, memories.

Yet not noticing people sitting next to the signs saying no eating or drinking whilst enjoying their food and drinks. 

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If they want to stop people eating and drinking inside they should force all retailers who sell food and drink to close, you can't have the penny and the bun.

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