Parking Payback Scheme launches in Ripley

From 16 September, Ripley shoppers will be able to get money back on their parking ticket if they make purchases in some local shops. 

Based on a similar scheme implemented in Heanor by Amber Valley Borough Council and the Heanor Traders Association, the scheme in Ripley has come about through a partnership between Amber Valley Borough Council and the Ripley Reckoning Traders Group. 

From 16 September town centre ticket machines will start to produce a double ticket which includes a voucher section which shoppers can use to obtain a refund against the cost of goods or services in participating shops.

Deputy Leader of Amber Valley Borough Council, Councillor Liz Bowley, commented: "It is great to see the Council and traders working together to attract people into Ripley.  We have had good success with the scheme in Heanor and I am sure that can be replicated in Ripley."

For a list of businesses taking part click here.

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