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Redditch Station is a railway station that is in North Worcestershire and it is on the Cross-City Line. It is around 14 miles away from Birmingham New Street and it opened in 1859. Services from the station run to Litchfield City, Lichfield Trent Valley, Four Oaks and Birmingham New Street. These are every 20 minutes Monday – Saturday and on Sundays there is just one service every 30 minutes to Litchfield Trent Valley. Around 1 million people use this station annually.
As a driver, there are always instances when you need to leave the comfort of your car and use public transport. That’s why at YourParkingSpace there are a number of parking spaces close to Redditch Station. It doesn’t matter if you take the train every weekday, or are taking a single day out, the perfect parking space can be booked. Book now near to Redditch Station & save yourself the hassle compared to arriving without booking.
If you have parking in close proximity to Redditch Station you could be sitting on a cash cow without even knowing. There are lots of drivers who are desperate for a place to park. Advertise your empty space on YourParkingSpace and the money will start rolling in! You’ll decide on the price as well as the availability, whilst we do the rest.
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Parking space was in the co dear sac as stated but your car will be visible from the road (not an issue for me but might be for others). Easy to find and plenty of space. I left my car there for a week unattended with out issue. This was also the cheapest space I could find close to Birmingham. NoDan
Everything as expected.Margot