Vandalism prompts cashless park move in Welwyn Garden City
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A car park in Welwyn Garden City is going cashless following an increase in vandalism.
There has been a spate of vandalism and theft of cash at Stanborough Park's pay and display machines.
In response, the managers of the park, GLL/Better, will now only allow card or phone payments.
Park visitors living in Welwyn Hatfield can get cheaper rates at the borough council-owned site by registering.
People can register at the Stanborough Park Watersports Centre Reception, located opposite the café on the south side of the park.
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Once residents are registered, they can enjoy the benefit of a flat fee of £1.50 per visit for up to 24 hours.
The new payment methods start from Monday, July 22 at the north and south car parks.
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If you have anymore queries, contact the centre via phone: 01707 276 276 or email: email@example.com.