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Council to make £1 evening charge at beach

By Jo Sampson 11th January 2017

Council to make £1 evening charge at beach
PAR CAR PARK: Will cost £1 for evening walkers

“UTTERLY unacceptable” is how a Cornwall Councillor has labelled plans to introduce an evening parking charge at Par Beach. Cornwall Council recently consulted on a number of  changes to the off-street parking order, which included proposals to implement a £1 evening charge in 29 towns across Cornwall — one of...

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