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Parking made simple

Wednesday, 20th November, 2019 5:06pm

As the dash to the shops begins this Christmas, the last thing you need is the stress that comes with finding a lovely parking space.

Help is at hand though. Here’s a list of parking arrangements in some of Cork’s bigger towns, so you’ll be able to do some shopping and have a cup of tea and a mince pie along the way too.

 

Mallow

There’s one hour of free on street parking while there’s three hours of free parking in County Council-owned car parks. There’s also free parking from 1pm on Fridays and Saturdays, however this is subject to usual time restrictions. The council-owned car parks are at Muddy Hill, Bowling Green, Carmichael Lane, Park Road, Bridge Street, Spa Road and St James Avenue.

 

Macroom

There's two hours free parking on-street subject to a two hour time restriction. The council-owned car parks are at Fairgreen Car Park, Masseytown Car Park (O’Riada’s), Playground and Codrum Car Park.

 

Youghal

There's free parking in council-owned car parks and on-street subject to two hour time restriction. The council-owned car parks are at Nealons Quay, Dolphins Square, New Catherine Street, De Valera Street, Priory Court, Fair Field and Dominic Collins Place.

 

Fermoy

There's free parking in council-owned car parks and no on-street parking charges on Saturdays, however, normal one and two hour time limits apply. The council-owned car parks are at Upper Kevin Barry Hill Car Park, Library Car Park, Mart Car Park and Mill Island Car Park.

 

Bandon

There's free parking on and off-street with usual three hour car park and two hour on-street time restrictions apply. The council-owned car park is Harty’s Car Park off St Patrick Quay.

 

Kinsale

There's free on and off-street parking with normal two hour time restriction that still apply. The council-owned car park is at Pier Road Car Park Kinsale.

 

Cobh

There's free parking on and off-street with normal time limits still applying. The council-owned car parks are at Five Foot Way Car Park and Cathedral Car Park.

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