Rotary club run charity Christmas car parks in Cambridge

PUBLISHED: 18:41 15 December 2017 | UPDATED: 08:55 16 December 2017

James and Frances Watts from the Rotary Club of Cambridge South manning one of the fund raising xmas car parks . Picture: Keith Heppell

James and Frances Watts from the Rotary Club of Cambridge South manning one of the fund raising xmas car parks . Picture: Keith Heppell

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Another way to give while doing your Christmas shopping...

Where and when

Downing Site, Tennis Court Road CB2 1GA – handy for city centre, Grand Arcade & the theatre, 10am-3pm

Park Terrace CB2 1GG – ideal for the city centre, Grand Arcade, Parkers Piece & Mill Road, 10.30am-2.30pm

Dept of Chemistry, Lensfield Road CB2 1EW – perfect for the city centre, Fitzwilliam Museum & Parkers Piece, 11am-5pm

Low-cost Christmas parking is being made available in Cambridge by the Rotary Club of Cambridge South, and the money raised is going to charity.

Last year more than £41,000 was raised in just 15 days from the project. This year low cost parking is being made available until Sunday, December 31 at 7pm.

In Cambridge city centre there are three sites open for £7 a day at the Downing Site on Tennis Court Road CB2 1GA from 10am-3pm, at Park Terrace CB2 1GG, from 10.30am-2.30pm and at the Department of Chemistry in Lensfield Road CB2 1EW from 11am-5pm.

The club says: “Look out for the Rotary ‘Charity Car parking’ signs. Have fun in Cambridge while helping raise money for charity.”

More information can be found by searching Cambridge South on rotary-ribi.org.

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