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Carrick House car park

DESIGNATION: Short stay for shoppers with a maximum daytime stay of 3 hours with no return within 3 hours. Short stay shoppers car park servicing leisure and shopping in Truro at all times.

Previously, this car park was only to be used at weekends and out of office times for Carrick District Council.  Cornwall Council have recognised a need for more parking and have opened the car park to the public.

TYPE: Surface level car park

CAPACITY: 150 spaces

CLOSING TIME: Open at all times.

PAYMENT: This is a pay and display car park. A valid ticket must be purchased and displayed for the duration of your stay in the car park.

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EVENING CHARGE: If you arrive after 17:00 please pay £1.50, which will last until 12:30 just after midnight.  There is no fee from 12.30 midnight until 9am.

ADDITIONAL TIME: Additional time can be purchased for the following day, up to a maximum of 3 hours, on most machines. Please insert the appropriate fee, in excess of the daily and evening parking charges, at the time of first purchase and ensure that the display window shows the correct exit time before accepting purchase.


Carrick House
Pydar Street
01872 224264

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