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Visitors to Wrexham asked to park responsibly or risk being fined

Visitors to Wrexham city centre are being asked to follow parking restrictions or risk being fined.

With Wrexham set to get busier in the run-up to Christmas, Wrexham Council is reminding residents that parking in restricted areas or overstaying the time you’ve paid in car parks can land you with a £70 fine.

This also includes on evenings and weekends.

A spokesperson for Wrexham Council said: “This includes any street where yellow lines are marked and particularly in busy areas such as Egerton street, King street and Duke street, loading bays, car parks and the pedestrian areas in the city centre in addition to the restrictions at popular areas such as Pontycysyllte Aqueduct.

“Parking irresponsibly could initially cost you £70 and if you don’t pay this increases as time goes on.

“The Council does pursue every parking fine it issues.”

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