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Safety scare car park open again
Castlepoint Centre
The centre opened in 2003 and has 40 stores
Visitors to a Bournemouth shopping centre can now use all 3,000 car parking spaces after the car park reopened following a safety scare.

Thousands of parking spaces were closed at the Castlepoint Centre after concrete fell from the roof on 7 May.

Healthy and safety inspectors gave the all-clear for the lower level to be reopened to the public on Thursday.

The 41-acre centre, which is operated by Standard Life Investments, has 40 shops and opened in October 2003.




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