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Hospital parking charges in Berkshire reviewed

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Wexham Park Hospital is one of five sites being reviewed

Users of hospital car parks in East Berkshire are being asked for their opinions in a review of parking charges.

A committee has been set up to review the income and cost of car parks at five hospitals in Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead.

Patients, relatives and carers have until 15 February to submit complaints, comments and suggestions.

The initial findings will be submitted to the committee in March.

The sites under review are St Marks Hospital and King Edward Hospital, Windsor, Wexham Park Hospital and Upton Park Hospital, Slough, and Heatherwood Hospital, Ascot.

The Joint East Berkshire Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee is made up of councillors from Slough Borough Council, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and Bracknell Forest Council, as well as representatives from local groups.

Anyone wishing to participate in the review should contact Slough Borough Council's policy and scrutiny team.

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