Motorhome Parking in Worcestershire.
The information is presented by local authority area.
Worcestershire County Council; Park & Ride Page. No specific information provided but there are no height restrictions so motorhomes can park at P&R sites. If in doubt check first.
Bromsgrove District Council; Parking Page. Statement October 2013: "Following a run of traveller incursions on our car parks we are at present investigating the various options available to deter such events. This may well result in further height restriction barriers being installed which will unfortunately restrict access for motor homes. Therefore unfortunately we will not be advertising parking for motorhomes on our website at this time." The best advice that can be given to anyone wishing to park a motorhome in Bromsgrove is to make a specific enquiry of the council.
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4JR. An enquiry regarding motorhome parking obtained the following response on 8 March 2016: "The Museum has its own car park, with free parking for visitors to the Museum. The driveway and car park is narrow in some parts and has overhanging trees, which may prove difficult for larger motorhomes. There would usually be adequate parking for small to medium motorhomes on most weekdays during school term-time and non-event days at weekends. We also have an overflow car parking area which we are able to use in the drier summer months. If visitors have any concerns about parking, please call the Museum on 01527 831363 before visiting. Drivers may find it difficult to negotiate and find a space in the Museum car park on a weekend event day, when there is a wedding at the Museum or any day during half-term school holidays, when the Museum is at its busiest, the car park can become full and visitors also park in the roads around the Museum. To find out about events at Avoncroft Museum please visit our website. We do not allow any overnight parking or camping at the Museum.".
Malvern Hills Conservators; Home Page; Parking Page. Statement received 23 December 2015: "Motorhomes are permitted in any of our car parks for daytime-only parking along with most other vehicles. I would point out that some of the car parks are narrow and/or steep (such as Jubilee Drive and Beacon Road car parks) and so motorhome drivers will have to use their own judgement and common sense on where to park depending on how big their motorhome is. MHC will not be issuing any guidance for motorhome owners. I would ask that any motorhomes that take up two or more spaces pay the car park fee for the number of spaces that they are taking up. Motorhomes should not park on the verges as this is against our byelaws and also much of our ground lies wet, such as at Castlemorton Common, and they run the risk of getting stuck. We’d much appreciate your help in managing this nationally important landscape by passing on these messages. Whilst there is no overnight parking on our land there are plenty of private sites locally who offer overnight parking.".
Malvern Hills District Council; Main Parking Page; Motorhome Parking.
Redditch Borough Council; Parking Page. Statement October 2013: "Redditch Borough Council has no way of accommodating motorhome parking." The best advice that can be given to anyone wishing to park a motorhome in Redditch is to make a specific enquiry of the council.
Worcester City Council; Parking Page; Large Vehicle Parking Page. Park & Ride Page, No specific information provided but there are no height restrictions so motorhomes can park at P&R sites. If in doubt check first.
Worcester Race Course, Pitchcroft, Worcester, WR1 3EJ. An enquiry regarding motorhome parking was sent on 28 January 2014 and an answer was received the next day - "At the moment we do not have anything in place.".
Wychavon District Council; Main Parking Page, includes Motorhome Parking Information.
Wyre Forest District Council; Main Parking Page; Motorhome Parking Information. See also notes on pages for individual car parks linked from the Car Parks Page.
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Last updated: 19 July 2017
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