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Win free parking for a month in Tewkesbury

Anyone using the RingGo app to pay for parking in Tewkesbury Borough Council car parks will be in with a chance of winning free parking in council-owned car parks for a month.

The council say that with the threat of a second wave of the COVID-19 virus, using the RingGo app is the safest and most convenient way to pay for parking in Tewkesbury Borough. It is free to use and there are extra options for reminding users their session is about to expire as well as extending sessions in order to stay longer.

The council is urging anyone parking in its council-owned car parks to download and use the Ringo app on a mobile device to avoid handling cash, keeping its staff and the public as safe as possible. And now there is the added incentive of the chance of winning some free parking.

To enter, simply use the app to pay for a parking session using the app. The more parking sessions paid for, the greater the chance of winning!

The competition will run from September 1 to 30 (inclusive).

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