Park and ride now open

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BRIDLINGTON’S park and ride service is now fully open for it’s first full season this weekend.

The land train, which runs the length of the seafront, is already in operation and will be complimented by the park and ride bus from next week.

Site of the new Park & Ride'Photographed looking from the diabled bays south'PA1019-9

Site of the new Park & Ride'Photographed looking from the diabled bays south'PA1019-9

The park and ride bus will be operational between 9am and 6.15pm, seven days a week, including bank holidays.

The land train service between Leisure World and Sewerby, on the North of Bridlington, will be running from 10.30am until 4.30pm.

The park and ride car park, based at South Cliff, has space for 1,000 vehicles including motor homes.

It opened in 2010 part-way through the summer season and closed for winter, but is now fully open and available for visitors to the town to use.

Those parking are not allowed to access the car park via Belvedere Parade, but will be directed to the correct entrance off Kingsgate, adjacent to South Cliff Caravan Park.

Those beach-goers who would like to hire chalets, deckchairs and windbreaks can do so from April 16.

Visitors are also reminded to pick up a Seaside Savers leaflet, from the park and ride, which is full of exciting offers on tourist attractions in Bridlington.

For further information about the park and ride service, visit www.bridlingtonparkandride.co.uk or call 01262 678255.