A TIME limit has been introduced outside a Wrexham pharmacy in order to improve accessibility for customers.

The Knights Pharmacy in Gresford issued a notice to its customers via Facebook on Thursday, January 12.

The post shows that a sign has now been erected outside the Chester Road pharmacy.

It allows customers to park on that road for up to one hour.

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The customer notice from the pharmacy read: "There is now a time limit on the lay-by outside the pharmacy and other shops.

"We hope this improves accessibility for our patients."

Some residents made their feelings known underneath the post.

Andrew Bailey said: "Good it will not hinder genuine shoppers only the ‘park and ride‘ group!"

Sheila Bennett added: "Can only be an advantage for shopping at the chemist."

In November last year, the Leader ran a story on how Wrexham Council had teamed up with North Wales Police to address 'reckless parking' in the county.

The council is also constantly reminding residents to 'park responsibly'.

Motorists have been reminded that parking in restricted areas or overstaying the time they have paid for in car parks can land them with a fine – including at evenings and weekends.

This includes any street where yellow lines are marked and particularly in busy areas.

Parking irresponsibly could initially cost you £70 and if it is not paid then it increases as time goes on.

Wrexham Council says it does pursue every parking fine it issues.