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The University of Chester is located in Chester and the Warrington Campus is part of the institution that is not in Chester. The Warrington Campus is in the Padgate area of the city and it was first set up as a camp in World War 2 for Canadian officers. On this campus there is the North West Media Centre which is tied to Granada Television, the School of Management, Health and Social Care and Social Sciences.
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Ideally located for shops have a train station plenty of spaceSteve
Great place to park you car for the train station. But I nearly parked in the NCP car park as the entrance to the car park as directed by my sat nav, looked like I was parking in the tradesman entrance to the hotel. I would recommend you advise travelers that they can access the car park via the front of the rail station.Donna
Really pleased with this car park. Its not central like some other car parks, but its a short walk into the city centre. No more than 15mins and you could quite easily do it in much less. For £4.50 for 10 hrs and being able to book the day before is great. I would use this car park again.Sandra
Very easy to use and cheaper than other car parksJeanette
Good value. Easy to find. Plenty of spaces. Wasn't really clear whether one needed to check in on a machine or not.Peter
Very quick and easy....Shaun
Central, plenty of space.Elizabeth
This is ideal for parking almost in the centre of Chester but please sort out the ENORMOUS pot holes on the way in,Michelle