VISITORS to Llangollen can avoid trouble finding a parking space in the town centre over the Easter break by hopping on a park and ride bus organised by Denbighshire County Council.
People can leave their vehicles parked free of charge at the Royal International Pavilion car park on the A542 Abbey Road.
Motorists should follow special yellow Park and Ride signs and join the free bus service to the town centre.
The Park and Ride will operate on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday, March 25-28.
The service will also operate over the May Day, Spring and Summer Bank Holidays.
Buses will leave the Pavilion car park every 20 minutes, starting at noon. The last bus into town will be 5.40pm.
Buses will return from the Market Street bus stop (opposite the public toilets) at 12.10pm and every 20
minutes until 5.50pm.
Councillor Eryl Williams, Cabinet Lead Member for Environment, said: 'The Park and Ride system was introduced temporarily last August Bank Holiday and proved to be so successful it has now been decided to introduce this system again this year over bank holidays when more visitors are expected in the town.
'It will help reduce congestion in the town centre and will reduce the stress of having to find parking spaces in town during busy periods.'
The scheme has the support of the two county council members for Llangollen, Cllrs Stuart Davies and Rhys Hughes, who have been involved in negotiations regarding the park and ride.