Where there are car parks in and around Poulton.
The centre of Poulton is pedestrianised around the Market Square, and the largely one-way streets surrounding this area are regulated with double yellow lines.
Poulton is a popular place which is well used by shoppers and by commuters who use the railway station.
Residents Parking Permit
Poulton is in the borough of Wyre, so if you are a resident you might also wish to purchase a residents parking permit which entitles you to park for up to 2 hours a day, free of charge in nominated Wyre Council pay and display car parks all over Wyre.
There is a small amount of limited free on street parking on side streets outside the immediate town centre area.
Teanlowe Centre Car Park
You can park for free for up to three hours at the Teanlowe Car Park outside Booths supermarket.
This is due to an agreement between Wyre Council and Booths which came into force in November 2015.
Other Free Car Parks
Wyre Council also operates free car parks at the Civic Centre, Cottam Hall and Poulton Leisure Centre.
Poulton Railway Station
There is free parking at the station for up to 20 cars which are using the railway.
Pay and Display Parking
There is a long stay pay and display car park at Hardhorn Road in Poulton, which is managed by Wyre Council.
Parking time slots are up to 2 hours, 2 to 4 hours, 4 to 6 hours, and over 6 hours.
Supermarket Car Parks
In Poulton town centre, there is a car park for customers of Aldi to the rear off and accessed from Ball Street.
Please be advised that it is for customers only.
Aldi operate a registration number entry system operated by Parking Eye (where you enter your car registration number in store to validate free parking). They do issue fines for non-compliance.
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Wyre Council residents parking permit
Breck Road, Poulton town centre