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“It’s going to stop people coming into the town centre. I don’t agree with it.” Daniel Tiffney, Gloucestershire County Council local highways manager for Stroud, said: “These changes prevent loading and waiting in the town centre, which will help remove some of the safety and congestion issues in Stroud.“They will go to the supermarkets instead because it is easier to park. “As part of this redesign, we have increased the number of designated disabled parking bays in the town centre, which blue badge holders are able to use as before.” Blue badge holders can park free of charge in Stroud District Council run car parks, excluding Merrywalks.Prices may be subject to booking fees and handling charges and may increase over time.Information is entered by event organisers and may be subject to change, please see event page for latest information.
Situated within the grounds of the owner’s home and working farm, The Lodge is a comfortable detached holiday home from which to explore the delights that the Forest of Dean has to offer.
“It’s unfair and it’s not right.” Kenneth Anderson, who has a blue badge, said he has been put off from coming to Stroud because of the changes.
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Moreton in Marsh accommodation is varied with something for everyone, whatever your needs.
Moreton in Marsh hotels, bed and breakfast mostly dominate the accommodation here along the town's High Street and a Moreton in Marsh B&B in particular proves to be a popular choice amongst visitors as it provides access to walks around the area.