Visitors using any car park at Huish Park will now pay £3 for eight hours parking, the club has confirmed.

It has employed Parkingeye, which manages car parks across the country, to manage the charging which will be monitored by cameras installed on car parks at the stadium.

In a statement on Monday, the club confirmed that charges were now enforceable 24/7 with a 20-minute grace period for anyone using places such as the club shop or ticket office.

It added: “We’ve teamed up with Parkingeye to enable visitors to pay via card rather than just cash when they come to Huish Park. This should streamline the process for matchday visits.”

Visitors can pay using the Evology Parking app on their smartphone – download here – pre-pay or pay at meters at the club.

The club has also confirmed that parents whose children attend events such as Talent ID Centres and fans travelling with the Green & White Supporters’ Club on official travel to away matches have been communicated with to “follow a procedure on site which sees them exempt.

They added: “Those hiring the 3G surface at Huish Park will not be exempt from charges unless agreed in their initial agreement.


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Graham Herridge
1 month ago

Does this also include disabled parking ?