Banbury Fair 17-19 Oct

Discussion in 'Rally Planning Discussion and Chat' started by teddybard, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. teddybard

    teddybard Read Only Funster

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    The Council advise me it is acceptable to park over night in Spiceball Rd Car Park
    so will be there tomorrow only
    Roger & Sheila:Smile::BigGrin:
     
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    out of curiosity...is that just for the period of the fair...or is that at any time??
     
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    as far as I am aware anytime
    but Sue can confirm
    on 01295 227001

    Parking @ Spiceball Park Rd
    :Smile::BigGrin:
     
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    what is it Teddy?
     
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    oooh is it worth someone doing a meet for this next year?
     
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    Looking at the Cherwell Council web site, parking overnight is allowed at any time. However, that is Parking not Habitation. The Cherwell parking order contains the condition
    Best make another check before risking a ticket.
     
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    serious question...how do they define eating...does that include sarnies you have made, bag of chips you've bought etc?? or do they really meaning cooking?
     
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    All those types of prohibition are to prevent people using car parks as a camp site. The wording tends to be extensive to try to cover everything. It's probably unlikely that somebody who just parked up for a short while and had a lunchtime sandwich/bag of chips would be ticketed.
     
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    true...but I can just see some jobsworth with a daily target of ticket issuing to meet having a go :Laughing:
     
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    Stick to council, not private, car parks then. They don't have targets :Smile:
     
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