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    During the height of the pandemic everyone was doing their best to support NHS workers , now they are taking of re- introducing parking charges for them. Surely free safe parking at their place of work should continue, a small sign of appreciation from BCHB.

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by wrexview.


    The charges are for England. BCUHB have I believe not been charging for parking for some considerable time, as have all Welsh hospitals.



    Visitor hospital parking has been free in BCHB for some time , but staff were paying and annual fee. Would be delighted to hear that all staff in the Maelor have free parking .

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by wrexview.


    must be nearly 10 years since you had to pay to park and now you cannot park for an appointment because there are so many staff parking as well as loads of selfish shite heads who park there for work and college and to use it as a park and ride to go shopping with their free bus passes. I saw it happen there a lot.

    glan clwyd had or has a free park and ride but people want to park next to the hospital and there is no room for anyone.

    wrexview NOBODY pays at the Maelor and NOBODY gets a fine.

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