A month ago I traveled with my family to Englands Flamingoland holiday park. We stopped at Helmsley (I think it was Helmsley, if not, then a nearby town) which is not far from the resort. I paked in a disabled space and noticed a sign saying that blue badge holders still had to pay. I didn't mind this at all but the parking machine was over at the other side of the car park where there were no spaces left or indeed any disabled spaces. Luckily my wife was in the car with me who went and purchased a ticket. This would be so inconvenient for a disabled person if they were on their own and were unable to park near the machine. I just found the whole thing very odd. Anyone experience anything simmilar?
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