Shoppers can take advantage of £1 parking on Sundays in December at the Wulfrun Centre Wolverhampton NCP Car Park.
Wolverhampton BID and NCP will launch the initiative on Sunday, December 2 to encourage people to do their Christmas shopping in the city centre. It is hoped that shoppers, shops, cafes, eateries and venues in the city centre will all reap the benefits from NCP’s low tariffs, especially in this festive season.
Shoppers will be able to park their car for just a £1 charge every Sunday in December to do their Christmas shopping which will be available on 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd December between 7am and 6pm.
Steve Morton, Wolverhampton BID’s Board Director and Head of Corporate Sales at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC said: “Wolverhampton BID is committed to doing all we can to support local retailers and residents during the busy Christmas shopping period.
“We want to make it easier and more affordable for people to shop locally and I hope people will make the most of this offer and contribute to the local economy.”
A full list of all the Christmas Parking offers is available at Enjoywolverhampton.com where you can download the Festive City Guide for shopping hours, gift guides and great ideas on how to enjoy Wolverhampton this winter.
Building on the success of reduced tariffs at its Wulfrun Centre and Pipers Row, Church Street and Summer Row Car Parks, NCP continue to work alongside Wolverhampton BID who are excited to announce this fantastic low tariff Sunday Christmas parking.
NCP, the UK’s largest car park provider, continues to announce great Christmas parking offers at NCP Wulfrun Centre in Wolverhampton.
Richard Bradbury, business manager at NCP, says ‘Following on from the success of our parking reductions in Wulfrun we are excited to work with Wolverhampton BID to allow all our customers to really benefit from £1 Sunday parking this Christmas. The Wulfrun Centre car park is ideally located for all visitors; people can stay for longer, without watching the clock, or Prebook to guarantee your parking space and having the opportunity to really enjoy all that Wolverhampton offers.”