Information about Parking in Faversham
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Faversham is a lovely market town located in Kent. It is 48 miles away from London and only 10 miles away from Canterbury. Faversham is situated next to the Swale, which is a strip of sea that separates mainland Kent from the Isle of Sheppey in the Thames Estuary. The pretty medieval town of Faversham offers visitors a warm welcome, with a wide range of independent shops, inns and tea rooms, as well as over 300 listed buildings and a fascinating industrial history.
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Parking in Faversham
There are several car parks available in Faversham town. They offer a range of long stay and short stay parking options with differing tariffs of parking fees.
Central car park is a short stay car park with 219 spaces and 11 disabled parking bays. It also has an area for motorcycle parking. Institute Road car park is another short stay car park with 40 spaces and 1 disabled parking bay. Charges for short stay car parks in Faversham range from 50p for 30 minutes, to £4 for up to 4 hours. The maximum stay in short stay car parks in Faversham is 4 hours. Parking charges apply between 8am and 6pm.
Partridge Lane car park is a long stay car park with 55 spaces. The other long stay car park in Faversham is Queens Hall car park, offering 142 spaces and 3 disabled parking bays. Charges for long stay car parks in Faversham range from 50p for 30 minutes, to £5 for a stay of over 4 hours. Parking charges apply between 8am and 6pm.
Ospringe car park offers 30 spaces, Front Brents car park offers 14 spaces, and Park Road offers 20 spaces. These three car parks are all free of charge.
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Faversham Airport parking
The nearest major airport to Faversham is London Southend airport. There are a range of parking options on site, including long-stay and short-stay.
Parking at London Southend airport can be expensive, and as such, travellers and airport employees like to use alternative options for airport parking. You may want to consider browsing the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available within easy access of the airport.
Faversham is recognised in the Doomsday Book as being significant and it was once the centre for the explosives industry in the 1900’s, manufacturing gunpowder for the battles of Trafalgar and Waterloo. For a fascinating insight into this by gone era, be sure to visit the Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park.
Faversham is also home to the Oldest Brewer in Britain, Shepherd Neame. Beer has been brewed here since 1698, but there are suggestions that beer was produced in Faversham for several centuries even before this. There is a visitor centre in the Brewery and you can take guided tours with tasting sessions.
A little further afield from Faversham is the Brogdale Collections, which is home to the National Fruit Collection. This offers a wonderful day out with a series of seasonal annual fruit festivals and the opportunity to taste and purchase some fabulous Kent produce at the Brogdale Market Place.
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Disabled Parking in Faversham
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind. Blue Badge holders can park free of charge for up to 8 hours in a short stay pay and display car park in Faversham. You can also park unrestricted in an on street residents bay and can park for up to 3 hours on single or double yellow lines, as long as loading restrictions don’t apply. You must ensure that you display your Blue Badge clearly.
You will find electric vehicle charging points in Faversham and the local area. There is an electric vehicle charging point located in Faversham at the Grain Store Studio, Brenley Farm. A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
You can park overnight in the long stay car parks in Faversham. The long stay car parks are Queens Hall car park and Partridge Lane car park.
The car park charges for Faversham parking are the same at the weekends as they are during the weekdays.
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Are parking charges in place at all times in Faversham car parks?
No, some car parks in Faversham are free of charge. For those car parks that do charge for parking, the fees are in place between 8am and 6pm. Outside of these times, it is free to park.
Do I need to display a Blue Badge to park in a disabled parking bay?
Yes, you do. Remember to always display your Blue Badge clearly to avoid hefty fines.
Is there free parking in Faversham?
Yes, you can park free of charge in Ospringe car park, Front Brents car park, and Park Road car park in Faversham.
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Latest Faversham parking reviews
Great value, easy to find and close to everythingCallam
Very easy to find, and a great price. Close to town centre, highly recommendedJane
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