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Leeds Free Parking??

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in England
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in England
I am going shopping in Leeds does anybody know if there is any free parking?
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  • OptimistOptimist Forumite
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    Free parking in Leeds.....haha. If there is its miles away from the centre
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  • MrsMWMrsMW Forumite
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    You could always park at the White Rose Centre and get the bus into town.
  • babitatbabitat Forumite
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    Leeds has zero free parking. The city is crying out for a park and ride scheme.
  • jenny_fjenny_f Forumite
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    parking is a night mare! We ended up in an NCP style one which cost a fortune! get the bus/train
  • dorsetmiss_2dorsetmiss_2 Forumite
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    Hyde Park Corner/Woodhouse Moor, free parking.....15 min walk into town or frequent bus service :D
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  • fudgemfudgem Forumite
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    DorsetMiss wrote:
    Hyde Park Corner/Woodhouse Moor, free parking.....15 min walk into town or frequent bus service :D

    There are horrendous road works in this area at the moment, but there should be plenty of parking on St Marks Road close by, since the students are on holiday at present
  • Gingham_RibbonGingham_Ribbon Forumite
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    There's Warner Village on Cardigan Road. Last time I parked there you didn't need a ticket or anything. It's a bit of a walk but a very short bus ride to the centre of town from there.

    And you could always stop at the sheesh mahal for a bite to eat before you go home! (My favourite restaurant!)
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  • If you are coming into Leeds to shop you can afford to pay for parking !
    Leeds apart from the market isnt a cheap place to shop any more ie with Harvey Nicks etc in the city . Go to the councils car parks look here

    https://www.leeds.gov.uk and follow the links for visiting
  • Just thinking id go to York personally myself rather than battle through Leeds they have cracking park n ride in place .
  • How about getting one of these

    West Yorkshire DayRover

    The one day leisure ticket giving you unlimited travel in West Yorkshire. Valid from 9.30 am on weekdays, and all day at weekends & bank holidays.

    Family DayRover

    For groups of up to five people (up to two adults and up to three children or other concessionary passengers* or one adult and up to four concessionary passengers*) on both buses and trains
    £6.00

    Train & Bus DayRover - for one adult on both buses and trains
    £4.50

    Bus DayRover - for one adult on buses only
    £3.80

    Adult Train DayRover - for one adult on trains only -
    £3.80

    Concessionary Train DayRover- for one child or other concessionary passenger* on trains only -
    £1.90


    * please see full DayRover leaflet for definitions of concessionary eligibility

    Ticket Information

    This information is subject to change at short notice.
    All Metro prepaid tickets may be used on almost all ordinary stopping bus services within West Yorkshire. Tickets permitting rail travel may be used on any train in West Yorkshire included in the public rail timetable, subject to restrictions on some cross-boundary trains. Restrictions on use are shown in the individual leaflets for each ticket type.

    Buy the ticket at post offices in the area £6 thats all for a day pass on the trains or buses within the west yorkshire area ! Upto 2 adults n 2 children

    You can buy your DayRover at

    Bradford Interchange, Castleford Bus Station, Dewsbury Bus Station, Halifax Bus Station, Huddersfield Bus Station, Keighley Bus Station, Leeds Bus Station, Pontefract Bus Station, Wakefield Bus Station
    All staffed rail stations in West Yorkshire (rail DayRovers only).
    Most Post Offices in West Yorkshire
    Gateway Yorkshire, Leeds Corn Exchange and some Tourist Information Centres.

    Check this website for the map
    http://www.wymetro.com/NR/rdonlyres/6C36F2BD-0290-45A3-B281-B05D91BB4BE3/0/MetroTrainDiagram.jpg

    As far as i know you can go right out to the edge of the green zone
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