Search site

Coronavirus: Car parks, public facilities, health & leisure

teal bullet Keep up to date

Sign up to get residents emails, with information about how our services are changing as we respond to the Coronavirus crisis. new window 

All our public facilities including public toilets and playgrounds are closed. We will regularly review this decision in line with the latest Government advice.

Car parks

Coastal /seafront car parks

Our Amenity (coastal) car parks are open. We recommend you pay to park by cashless parking payment (Parking clock or RingGo payment). Those who cannot use cashless parking can still pay to park using coins. Our ticket machines will be cleansed routinely throughout the day by our staff.

We remind anyone using our car parks to consider carefully the need for their journey and to continue social distancing and good hand washing.

Parking clocks can be bought online at (Refunds will not be given on the £120 clocks but this will be taken into consideration at the renewal date.)

This decision has been taken in light of latest government advice and to support the wellbeing of our residents who wish to exercise and visit outdoor spaces, however we will review this decision to re-open car parks if it is felt that people are not following the latest guidance. 

Please note: Government latest information states that you can travel to outdoor open spaces irrespective of distance, but to stay at another home is not allowed. Hospitality and leisure businesses are unlikely to open before July. Attractions, pubs, restaurants and hotels are closed, along with public toilets.

Town and village car parks will remain open for use in line with the current guidance and charges have currently been suspended to help the large number of volunteers in obtaining essential supplies for those who are self-isolating or are vulnerable people. 

Those parked in an NFDC car park unable to move the car and exceed the parking duration for reasons associated with Coronavirus, this will be treated with sensitivity if you need to contact us about any Penalty Charge Notice you may have received.

Health and Leisure

Our Health & Leisure centres remain closed to the public.  Customers have been advised that all direct debit payments for memberships and swim lessons have been frozen until further notice and invoices will be amended for clubs and hirers once a date for reopening is known. Customers who paid for classes will be given a credit and for larger payments like children's parties, refund scan be arranged

Customers with queries about refunds and payments can see more information at at: 

Home fitness is available with online Les Mills Bodybalance, Bodycombat, and Bodypump classes, as well as Born to Move classes for 4-16 year olds.
NEW LINK: The free 'at home workouts' link that we shared previously expires on 30 April 2020. 
To continue accessing Les Mills on-demand content at home with 800 online home workouts, get your free* 60 day trial at
* please be aware that by default a £7.95 payment will be taken at the end of your free trial unless you cancel before the 60 days expires)

The NHS Fitness Studio also offers a range of instructor-led exercise videos that count towards the recommended guidelines for weekly physical activities


20 March 2020:  Our Health & Leisure centres remain closed.  Please read more information at:

17 March 2020 16:45: Health and Leisure Centres closed - read more on Health & Leisure website and at

Updated: 19 May 2020
Powered by GOSS iCM