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Visiting Prescot? Here’s where you can park

by Gemma Melling

With lots of great new businesses opening in Prescot, adding to the already established and much-loved shops and eateries, the town centre is busier than ever. If you’re planning a visit to Prescot, here’s a quick overview of places you can park.

Council car parks

There are three council operated car parks in the town, Mill Street – which is a short stay car park (up to 3 hours) –  Moss Street and Cyprus Street, which both offer short and long stay parking.

Charges for council operated car parks are 60p for up to one hour, £1.20 for up to three hours and long stay car parks charge £2.40 all day. Charges are in effect from 8am until 5pm Monday – Saturday and the car parks can be used free of charge outside of these hours and including bank holidays.

Mill Street car park (short stay) has 52 spaces. The car park is currently accessible from Leyland Street as work continues on the Shakespeare North Playhouse.

Moss Street car park (short and long stay) has 19 spaces and is situated off High Street, adjacent to Ray’s Bakery.

Cyprus Street car park (short and long stay) has 52 Spaces and is situated at the end Cyprus Street, which can be accessed from Kemble Street.

Prescot parking map

Private car parks

In addition to the council’s car parks there are two privately operated car parks in the town.

Prescot Shopping Centre is a short stay car park with 253 spaces. It is currently free to park here although we recommend reviewing their on-site signage for guidance.

Ray’s Bakery have their own car park, which is situated at the back of the Mill Street car park. Charges apply and are subject to change so we recommend reviewing their on-site signage for guidance.