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Trinity car park reopens

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Trinity car park reopens

Trinity's car park is open 24 hours

Named by the Bristol Post as one of the cheapest car parks in central Bristol, The Trinity Centre has reopened its 24hr Pay & Display car park offering 75 spaces around the building, including accessible parking bays for visitors to the Centre.

Trinity has operated a P&D car park since 2014, using Pay & Display revenue generated to fund charitable activities and cover running costs.

Rates have been increased in response to the impact of the loss of live music and event income caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Trinity is still offers some of the cheapest parking spaces in the city and, what you pay to park at Trinity subsidises hall space, which will be of great help to support local groups and regular classes as they begin to return to the community centre.

Trinity is in walking distance of many city centre attractions and is a short distance from Junction 3 of the M32. Trinity is also within walking distance of Old Market (4mins), Stapleton Road (2mins) Cabot Circus (13mins) and Broadmead (19min).

In line with the latest guidance, customers paying to park will not be able to use cash payments - payment methods include cash, debit/credit card and Apple and Andriod pay. Rates start at £1 for 30min.

The car park is open 24 hours and customers are able to pay for multiple 12 hour slots for overnight stays. Click here for further information about parking rates and terms.

Trinity’s car park is managed by Carflow Management company via an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system. All users of the site, including Blue Badge Holders, are required to pay and display the correct amount.

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