"Pilgrim car park"

About: Pilgrim Hospital

(as a relative),

Pilgrim hospital as far as I am concerned is the best, which is more than I can say for the car park, up to now my husband an I have spent £150 on parking visiting my father, and the car park is rubbish, I'm surprised my car is still in one piece, if you can get a parking space, take note your suspension might collapse with the pot holes, it's a disgrace, I was told the money went to the upkeep of the car park, , what upkeep? For the price you charge to park its a disgrace.

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Response from United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

United Lincolnshire Hospitals, reinvests revenues from car parking after expenses, into the car parks and roads on its hospital sites. Expenses include VAT and rates along with capital charges and running costs.

A number of visitors to the site do currently receive free parking, these include members of the public, who are in receipt of benefits along with any oncology and carers of paediatric patients.

A £15 saver concession ticket is available to purchase from the hospital's main reception, this covers 10 individual days for as many visits per day as required the book of tickets has no expiry and can be used over a number of months or even one year to the next.

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