Car parks

Car park locations

We have a number of car parks across Spalding and Holbeach. The map below shows all car park locations, identified by the green parking icons on the map. Please note that we don't have parking suitable for lorries.

Car parking charges

Charges apply to our pay and display car parks Monday to Saturday between 8am and 6pm, unless otherwise stated. No charges apply on Sundays or Bank Holidays.  Please see below for our Free Car Parking initiative for Spalding Summer Shoppers.

Disabled drivers can park in any space without charge for any amount of time, except at the Sheep Market car park where time restrictions apply.

You can pay for parking using the APCOA Connect website or parking app at various Spalding car park locations. To download the app, please visit the following links using your smart phone:

Car park addressCar parking chargesNumber of spaces
Sheep Market
Spalding
PE11 1BE
Pay and Display (max. stay 1 hour)
50p for 30 minutes
£1 for 1 hour
21 spaces
2 disabled spaces
Westlode Street
Spalding
PE11 2AF

Pay and Display
upto 2 hrs £1
upto 4 hrs £2
£3 all day

161 spaces
Fishpond Lane
Holbeach
PE11 7DE
Free 
Boston Road
Holbeach
PE12 7EE
Pay and Display
First 2 hours is free and a ticket must be displayed
Charges over 2 hours are:
50p for 1 hour
70p for 4 hours
£1.20 for all day
 
West Street
(north side)
Long Sutton
Free 
West Street
(south side)
Long Sutton
Free 
Herring Lane
Spalding
PE11 1TL
Pay and Display (max. stay 4 hours)
Charges apply 8am until 8pm, Monday to Saturday
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
75 spaces
4 disabled spaces
Vine Street
Spalding
PE11 1AN
Pay and Display (max. stay 4 hours)
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
67 spaces
3 disabled spaces
Victoria Street
Spalding
PE11 1EA
Pay and Display 
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
£3 for all day
201 spaces
5 disabled spaces
Holland Road
Spalding
PE11 1UL
Pay and Display 
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
£3 for all day
50 spaces
2 disabled spaces
Winfrey Avenue
Spalding
PE11 1DA
Pay and Display 
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
£3 for all day (includes bus/coach parking from 1 April 2020)
62 spaces
The Vista
Spalding
PE11 2RA
Pay and Display 
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
£3 for all day
68 spaces
8 disabled spaces
Swimming pool
Spalding
PE11 1QD
Pay and Display
£1 for 1 hour
£1.50 for 2 hours
£2 for 3 hours
£2.50 for 4 hours
50 spaces
2 disabled spaces

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Free car Parking for Spalding's Summer Shoppers as council announces first of new town centre initiatives

In the first of a series of planned initiatives to help support the town centre over the coming months, South Holland District Council has today announced that Spalding's three council-owned short stay car parks will be free from Monday 21 June until the end of September.

This marks the start of a series of announcements in the coming days, as council leaders pledge their support to town centre businesses and traders to encourage an increased footfall of shoppers to the town, following a challenging 15 months of restrictions.

From Monday, Vine Street and Herring Lane car parks will be free for a stay of up to four hours, with Sheep Market free for a maximum of one hour. Shoppers will still need to display a ticket in their windscreen from the machines in each car park, but no charge will be applied in order to get this. Any vehicle not displaying a ticket may still receive a fixed penalty notice, to ensure that nobody exceeds the maximum permitted time in each location.

The initiative will run until 30 September, and is designed to present enough time to shop, eat and explore nearby attractions like Ayscoughfee Gardens in the town, or for those who like to make short journeys into town to use the market or specific stores.

Councillor Roger Gambba-Jones, portfolio holder for environmental services, said: "This decision shows our commitment as a council to supporting our town centres and encouraging people to return following the difficulties of the pandemic and the restrictions it brought.

"I hope that many shoppers will use this opportunity to take the time to explore the variety of local and independent businesses and traders in Spalding and to get something to eat or drink in one of our pubs, cafes or restaurants."

In the coming days the Council will be announcing further initiatives to help support town centre businesses and market traders. For more details keep an eye on South Holland District Council's social media channels, @SHollandDC on Twitter and SHDC_official on Facebook.

Reporting a faulty car park machine

To report a machine fault or for further advice please call 01775 761161.

Parking season tickets

You can buy a parking permit (also known as a season ticket) to park at the below locations:

  • Victoria Street
  • The Vista
  • Holland Road
  • Winfrey Avenue
  • Boston Road.

To find out more or to buy a parking permit, please visit our season tickets page.