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Photo #184752

[Image taken 14.7.22] B&Q, Rawcliffe, York. On my first visit after the new provision went in I noted (see: #182710) the bollards were sufficiently far back to accommodate manoeuvring and... trailers. This one arrived while I was inside. Another arrived immediately this one left: #184753. Though both found the parking by chance as there is no signage at the entrance to the retail park or en route to the entrance to the shop itself. (It is the far side of the 'In' doors.) Today I also appreciated the trolley park being very close to the racks (a criteria for practical cycle parking). I had two heavy shopping-filled panniers even when I arrived. I did not want to have to leave my luggage unattended when I went to get a trolley (and I didn't want to have to push it a long way to be able to collect my bags). I also did not want to have to leave my purchases unattended when I was returning the trolley. On this trip, I did not need to leave my cycle unattended and out of sight while I managed the trolley: the trolley park space was in use by trolleys not goods (unlike six weeks previously: #182710). Other images here today: #184753, #184754, #184755, #184756.

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