The ‘Park and Strides’ at the former Cleeve’s toffee factory site on O’Callaghan Strand and Limerick City and County Council’s staff car park off Nicholas Street in Limerick city are now open to the public.
Cleeve’s is open from 9am to 9pm seven days a week up to and including New Year’s Eve. The site, which incorporates 220 parking spaces will remain open until midnight New Year’s Eve to facilitate those wishing to attend the New Year’s Eve Fireworks. New Year’s Eve entertainment will begin at 8.30pm with the fireworks display from 9pm.
The council is also making its 85 space staff car park located behind its headquarters at Merchant’s Quay, with access from Nicholas Street, is available for free parking for the next three weekends in December.
The car park will be available on December 9 and 10; 16 and 17; 23 and 24 from 9am until 9pm.
To cater for supporters going to Munster’s match against Leicester Tigers in tomorrow’s European Rugby Champions Cup, both car parks will remain open until 11pm. Kick-off at Thomond Park is at 7.45 pm.
A reminder too that both car parks will be open on St Stephen’s Day for the PRO14 rugby derby match between Munster and Leinster which has a 3.15 pm kick-off.
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