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Splash park fun gets under way

Gosport Borough Council's free splash park is due to open on Friday 27 April, giving lots of fun to little ones. 

The park, on the seafront at Stokes Bay, has water play features designed for children aged eight and under. They will be open until October, from 10am to 7pm every day (weather permitting). 

Swings and slides for various ages are nearby and available all year round. 

Pay-and-display parking and toilets are close by. 

See more details here

For families who regularly park at the seafront, an annual parking permit could save cash and time. A seafront permit is £75, which is only £1.44 a week. Without one, drivers can pay 90p an hour.

And if the splash park's car park is full, permit-holders can use the other long-stay car parks at Stokes Bay, which are only a short walk away.

To apply, go here . The permit is virtual, which means there is no piece of paper to display in the windscreen. Instead, council officers can see from a car's licence number that a permit is in effect.

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