More than 400 drivers broke Goose Fair traffic rules
ALMOST 60 cars were towed away for breaking parking regulations during Goose Fair 2018.
A total of 59 cars were towed and 378 parking tickets were handed out to drivers after they parked on streets near the Forest Rec’.
Parking in Forest Road West, Southey Street, Gregory Boulevard, Noel Street/mount Hooton Road, Forest Road East and Mansfield Road, was banned by Nottingham City Council during the event.
The temporary restrictions put in place for Goose Fair are enforced through signs.
Goose Fair ran over five days from October 3 to 7 and more than 350,000 people attended.
A council spokesman said: “It’s obviously important from a safety perspective that streets don’t get clogged up when so many people are gathering in one place.”