Staff 'gutted' at losing parking case
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Cardiff hospital staff 'gutted' at losing parking fines case

Seventy-five members of staff at a Cardiff hospital owe thousands of pounds in parking tickets after losing a court case.

On Friday, a judge at Cardiff Civil Justice Centre ruled private company Indigo could collect the charges from University Hospital of Wales staff.

This means 75 people must pay £128 per outstanding ticket.

Healthcare support worker Sophie Round and nurse Felicity Richards are two of those to be hit by the ruling.

  • 17 Jul 2017
  • From the section Wales
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