Posted: Tue 30th Mar 2021

People heading to Wepre Park today told to make ‘alternative plans’ as car park is now full

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Mar 30th, 2021

People intending on heading to Wepre Park today are being warned the car park is now full and to make ‘alternative plans.’

Temperatures are set to hit 20C in Deeside on what will be the warmest day of the year so far.

The weather and the easing of lockdown travel restrictions has brought an influx of visitors to the Connah’s Quay park.

An update posted on the Wepre Park Facebook page just after 1pm states that there is currently a ‘one in one out system’ in place to gain access to the car park.

Cones have been in place along Wepre Lane for several weeks to try and prevent those visiting from parking on the grass verges and pavements outside the park.

 

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