Car Parking in Torquay 

Do you want to use our car park to visit Walls Hill ? 
Many people use the club’s car park to walk their dog or to access the coast path on Walls Hill, but to use it you must be a member of the club. 
The car park at Babbacombe Cricket Club is leased and managed by the club for the exclusive use of its members and guests. This applies twenty four hours a day, three hundred and sixty five days a year; it is not a free public car park
To use the club’s car park legitimately, vehicles must display a valid member’s parking permit or be a bona fide guest of the club (see terms and conditions). 
If you want to use our car park to access Walls Hill, the cheapest option is to become an associate member of the club with our ‘off-peak’ parking membership, currently just £25 for 12 months. Our ‘off-peak’ parking members are welcome to use the club’s car park when the club is not in use for cricket or social functions when priority will be given to full members and guests. There are no specific ‘off-peak’ hours, but the noticeboard at the front gate will inform members times to avoid when the club will be in use. At such times we ask users to respect the signs giving priority to participants of cricket and/or guests at functions. 
For enquiries and payment details about parking membership, please use ‘contact us’ to send us a message. 
Application forms can be found in the documents section of this website. 
Terms and conditions: 
Members only car park 
A valid parking permit should be displayed at all times (unless a bona fide guest of the club*) 
Cars parked at owners risk 
The club cannot accept liability for any loss from, damage to or theft from any vehicles 
The committee reserve the right to close the car park at short notice 
The committee reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone not complying with these terms and conditions 
Off-peak parking membership permit holders are entitled to use the car park when the club is not in use. 
When the club is in use, priority shall be given to full members, guests and visitors attending cricket related activity and social functions at the club. 
* ‘Bona fide’ guests include: friends of full members, guests attending functions including skittles and members of opposing teams and their officials, families and spectators. 

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