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  1. Published on: 25/03/2020 11:32 AMReported by: roving-eye
    The shopping park is offering free car parking for NHS staff until end of April 2020 amidst COVID-19.

    C12 spokesperson commented: “We’re offering NHS staff free parking in our 600 space car park, in support of their efforts at this current time. We’re pleased to make this offer available to all NHS staff until the end of April. If you work for the NHS, please visit the Management Suite next door to Costa and present your NHS ID to claim yours.”

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  4. clive764 says:25/03/2020 11:37 AM
    Surely, traffic/car park wardens are NOT essential workers according to Government guidelines and therefore should not be at work??

  5. local says:25/03/2020 12:20 PM
    There doesn't seem a good reason for them to charge anyone as Asda refunds and the rest are shut.

    Couldn't they be doing something useful to society ?

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  7. justbecause says:25/03/2020 12:38 PM
    Speed camera vans operating in Southport today, must be seen a being essential workers.

  8. clive764 says:25/03/2020 01:18 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by justbecause View Post
    Speed camera vans operating in Southport today, must be seen a being essential workers.
    They are, being Police or attached to the Police. But is it a high priority Police task with the under-resourced Police numbers? Not good operational use of resources.

  9. local says:25/03/2020 05:12 PM
    Apart from gearing up for the coronavirus increase I would imagine most of the emergency services are quiet.

    The clampdown should be helping to reduce allsorts of things from car accidents to drunken friday night brawls.

    A&E should be able to operate a bit quicker until the expected flood starts, some of the staff will be in for a big shock as they will just have to work harder instead of being carried.

    Saying that they are probably self isolating already.

  10. steve says:25/03/2020 08:40 PM
    Essential works - NOT

  11. steve says:25/03/2020 08:41 PM
    To subsidise the council(s) let them enforce excess social gatherings with £80 fines, not picking on parking and dog walkers over 2m, and litter louts - they could make a fortune and save the country too

  12. SteveandLois says:26/03/2020 02:09 AM
    If there was a queue to pay for parking at the payment meters,with LESS than the recommended 2 metre between ruling,then they would probably slap people with tickets,knowing how greedy some of these parking attendants can be.


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