Free Saturday parking in the run up to Christmas

Shoppers in Knowsley will once again enjoy free Saturday parking in the run up to Christmas.

It is hoped the move will make it even more attractive for people to shop local this Christmas, supporting Knowsley’s local town centre traders and markets.

The initiative will apply to all council run car parks on Saturdays in December in the run-up to Christmas (8, 15 and 22 December) as well as Christmas Eve too!

Maximum stay and disabled parking restrictions remain in force.

Knowsley’s town centres have something for everyone – with over 130 stalls at Kirkby Market to independent traders in Prescot and high street brands in Huyton, there’s something for everyone.

Cllr Tony Brennan, cabinet member for regeneration and economic development, said: “I’m delighted to be able to offer free Saturday parking once again in the run up to Christmas. This will hopefully encourage more people to shop local whilst also supporting our local shops and traders.

“If you haven’t already come along and see what your local town centres have to offer.”

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