Information about Parking in Nantwich
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Nantwich is a medieval market town located about an hour’s drive south of Manchester and Liverpool. The town dates all the way back to Roman times, and is home to a wide range of historic medieval architecture. St Mary's Church was constructed in the 13th century and is a Grade I heritage building.
Nantwich hosts a great variety of events, including the annual International Cheese Awards, the Nantwich Jazz and Blues Festival, and the annual Nantwich Food Festival. For a little variety, you can check out the annual world worm charming championships in Willaston, just a couple of miles away.
Nantwich is also home to a variety of markets. The Nantwich traditional market dates all the way back to 1500, and sells fresh produce, food, and household items. You can check out the products every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. There is also a farmer’s market, artisan market, and an antiques and collectors market.
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Parking in Nantwich
There is a range of council parking in Nantwich. In most places, charges apply from between 8am - 6pm from Monday to Saturday, with parking free on Sundays. At Snow Hill, you can park for free after 3pm. These charges apply on all bank holidays except for Christmas Day. You must pay as soon as you park.
Council car parks include:
- Bowling Green, CW5 5DN
- Church Lane, CW5 5RQ (pay, short stay)
- Civic Hall, CW5 5DG
- Dysart Buildings, CW5 5DG
- First Wood Street, CW5 5EG (pay, long stay)
- Love Lane, CW5 5BH (pay, long stay)
- Market Area, CW5 5RQ (closed on market days - Tue, Thu Sat)
- Snow Hill, CW5 5LS (pay, long stay)
Please note that charges differ between car parks. Consult the Nantwich council website for location-specific information. If you regularly use these parks, you can apply for a contract parking permit at the Love Lane, First Wood Street, and Snow Hill car parks to save money.
There are several regulations for council-provided parking in Nantwich:
- Vehicles must display a paid parking ticket or a paid by phone ticket.
- Vehicles must be parked within a marked bay.
- Tickets cannot be transferred between vehicles and car parks.
- Disabled parks may only be used by blue badge holders.
- You must have a valid permit to use reserved parking.
There are several conditions of use of council car parks in Nantwich:
- Parked vehicles must not weigh more than 3.5 tonnes.
- Parked vehicles must be licensed and insured.
- You must not run the engine of your vehicle as it is parked.
- You must not create enough noise to disturb other residents or users of the car park, or behave in a threatening manner to others.
- Parked vehicles must not block others from accessing roads.
- You cannot erect a tent/booth/building/other structure in a car park without written consent from the council.
- You cannot light fires in car parks.
- You cannot use the car park to sleep, camp, cook, eat, or wash your vehicle (unless necessary to allow you to leave the car park).
- You must follow all signs and road markings.
There is also on-street parking available. For residents, each permit lasts 1 year, and you can hold up to 2 permits at a time. The first permit will cost £60, and the second will cost £75. If you have off-road parking for 1 car, you may buy 1 permit. If you have off-road parking for 2 cars, you cannot get a permit for on-street parking.
To apply for a permit, you’ll need the application form (found on the council website), payment, a copy of the vehicle registration document, and proof of your address.
For businesses, on-street parking permits also last 1 year, but they cost £80 each. You’ll need the application form (found on the council website), payment, and proof of your business address.
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Nantwich has the highest concentration of buildings included in the National Heritage List for England, with lots of fantastic examples of Tudor and Georgian architecture. One of the oldest buildings listed is St Mary's Church.
St Mary's is considered one of the finest medieval churches in the country, and is available to visit from 10am - 3pm, Monday to Saturday. You can attend services on every day of the week, including Sunday. There are guidelines in place to keep you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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By Train: The Nantwich train station is about 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre, and services the Transport for Wales line.
By Bus: Several bus lines run through Nantwich, including 39, 70, 71, 72, 73, and 84.
By Car: Nantwich is about an hour’s drive south of Manchester and Liverpool.
Disabled Parking in Nantwich
Blue badge holders with a valid badge do not have to pay parking charges, and can stay for as long as they want in council parks. There are disabled parks available in the following car parks:
- Bowling Green (2 spaces)
- Nantwich Civic Hall (12 spaces)
- Dysart Buildings (2 spaces)
- First Wood Street (3 spaces)
- Love Lane (4 spaces)
- Nantwich market (1 space)
- Snow Hill (8 spaces)
Please note that some parks are run privately and will have different policies.
To search for disabled car parks in Nantwich, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are 2 electric charging stations available at the Love Lane Car Park.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Parking is free on Sundays and on Christmas Day at Nantwich car parks. You must still pay for parking on other bank holidays.
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Where is Nantwich located?
About an hour’s drive south of Liverpool and Manchester. It’s also about a half-hour drive from the England/Manchester border.
What is Nantwich known for?
It has a range of fantastic examples of Tudor and Georgian architecture, with a large concentration of heritage buildings. It also has markets dating back to 1500 which still run today.
What can I do in Nantwich?
You can visit one of the many markets, or you can explore some of the historical sites. St Mary's Church was built in the 13th century and is the oldest building in Nantwich listed by the National Heritage List for England. Nantwich also hosts the International Cheese Awards each July, which brings around 4,425 cheese entries from around 26 countries. Over Easter, you can also see the Nantwich Jazz and Blues Festival.
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Latest Nantwich parking reviews
Very simple process. Parked in the far corner of Morrisons car park as per the instructions (this was closest to where I wanted to go anyway), no interaction with anyone from the site either on arrival or departure. Very happy so far.Keith