looks like the end of parking at Cleveleys

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  1. rwhites1

    rwhites1 Funster

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    from blackpool council website

    Princes Way

    Princes Way will be closed to traffic between Queens Promenade and Anchorsholme Lane West from the 26 May 2014 for approximately 18 months to enable sea defence construction and associated highway works.

    Additional parking restrictions will also be introduced;

    Traffic travelling northbound will use Queens Promenade – Fleetwood Road, and traffic travelling southbound will use Princes Way – Anchorsholme Lane West – Kelso Avenue



    The temporary restrictions that relate to movement are as follows:-
    One Way

    Princes Way. Direction – north to south between Anchorsholme Lane West and Kingsway.

    Road Closure

    Princes Way - between its junctions with Anchorsholme Lane West and Queens Promenade.
    Anchorsholme Lane West – west bound carriageway between its junction with Huntingdon Road and Princes Way.
    Huntingdon Road – full closure for 1m from its junction with Kingsway. (This prevents southbound traffic leaving Cleveleys cutting through the residential area.)
     
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    That certainly restricts parking at the north end of Blackpool Council area but there are already overnight camping restrictions there. Cleveleys is in the Wyre Council area and there is nothing on their web site (that I can see) about similar closures.
     
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    Blackpool boundary is Kingsway, We lived in Admiral Sound to the left of Kingsway which was Wyre. Pete
     
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    aw shame realy cool part to stay ,,,

    was there couple of weeks ago there was around 35 motorhomes no trouble no litter and everyone is nice,, anywhere now around blackpool ?:cry::cry:
     
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    wee foto,,

    ah lass its gone forever..
     

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    Go further down to St Annes as there is on street parking along large sections of the promenade that end with no yellow lines, so depending on size of camper people could park there. :Wink:

    We can also point you to quiet roads where parking would be ok too !

    Hope it helps
     
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