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Bewdley Town Council

Car and Coach Parking

Bewdley Town Council Car and Coach Parking

Car Parking

Bewdley has pay and display parking for cars and motorcycles in:

Load Street Car Park (short stay, come over the bridge from Kidderminster and turn right just opposite the Guildhall before the church)

Dog Lane Car Park (long stay, come over the bridge from Kidderminster and follow the main road right through the town centre in the direction of Highley, and turn right after the Horn and Trumpet public house). Height restriction of 2.1m.

Gardners Meadow Car Park (long stay, come over the bridge from Kidderminster and turn immediately left and follow the river until you reach the car park). Height restriction of 2.1m.

Redthorne Car Park, High Street (£1 per hour - come over the bridge, past the church and turn left into High Street). No height restrictions.

Bewdley Farm Shop Car Park (short and long stay, come over the bridge, around the church, right towards Highley and the Farm Shop is on the right). No height restrictions.

The George Hotel Car Park (short stay, come over the bridge and turn right opposite the Guildhall before the church, then turn left at the fire station). No height restrictions. 

ALL Council operated car parks are FREE after 6.30pm. Please check charging boards at other car parks.

For more information including charges, please click here.

Coach Parking

Coaches should drop off/pick up at either of the two bus stops in Load Street. Coach parking is available at the West Midlands Safari Park on the A456 between Kidderminster and Bewdley. Please click here for further instructions.

Load Street, Dog Lane and Gardners Meadow car parks in Bewdley are owned and managed by Wyre Forest District Council. There are also two privately owned pay and display car parks behind the George Hotel and in High Street.

UPDATE: September 2017

An additional 50 long stay spaces will be available on the site of the former medical centre/library. This work is likely to take place later in 2017 and will include a new small garden area adjacent to the car park. This car park is unlikely to have a height restriction.