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Belle Meadow, Barnstaple - Electric Vehicle charge points are being installed at Belle Meadow car park from 1 July 2022. Please do not move the cones in place.

Refunds – We only offer a refund when duplicate parking time is purchased and proof can be provided (for example two pay and display tickets or RingGo invoices) or if a parking permit is cancelled with no less than one full month remaining. 4 and 7 day Long Stay Season tickets are non-refundable.

Marine Drive car park in Ilfracombe has reduced capacity due to construction works in the area. If you have purchased a 4 or 7 day long stay season ticket and there are no available bays on Marine Drive, you may park on Cove instead whilst works are carried out. If you need to find an alternative long stay car park, please look at our list of long stay car parks in Ilfracombe.

Cattle Market car park in Barnstaple has additional designated Blue Badge holder bays. These bays have been added temporarily at the request of Devon County Council due to Cross Street and Butchers Row being pedestrianised.

RingGo - We would like to encourage customers to purchase parking time via the RingGo cashless payment system as it is the only contactless method of payment, although card and cash options are still available in most car parks.

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Charging points for electric vehicles

More information coming soon. In the meantime The Open Charge Map shows you where all the electric vehicle charging points are in North Devon

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