Council reveals car parking arrangements for Carlisle Fireshow
Council chiefs have revealed parking arrangements for the Bitts Park fireshow in Carlisle.
All of the city council car parks will be free after 6pm for the event on November 5.
Bitts Park, the Sheepmount and Dacre Road will be closed to vehicles and the Devonshire Walk skate park will be closed from lunchtime on that day.
People are advised to park at one of the city centre car parks.
Carlisle's industrial and railway heritage will be at the burning heart of the celebrations.
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