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VIDEO: Coca Cola Truck Details Released
6:03am 3rd December 2014
We are getting more details on the arrival of the Coca Cola truck to Looe.
It is the first time it has come to Cornwall - and it is the only place it is stopping.
Officials are expecting the town to be packed on Monday 15th December.
They have laid on a free shuttle bus from five out of town car parks to try to stop jams.
In a statement the town council said: "We are aware that the truck has an enormous following and is the highlight of Christmas for many.
The Christmas truck will be parked on Buller Quay car park, East Looe and will be open to the public from midday until approximately 8.00pm. There will be stalls on the car park and Coca Cola are providing a choir and Christmas festivities.
"Lions Club of Looe and Looe Community Academy will be providing a hopper bus service around the town for local residents, to enable them to leave their cars at home.
"We have arranged out of town parking and a free shuttle bus service will operate continually between car parks during the hours 9am – 9pm."
The car park locations are:
East Looe: The Snooty Fox and Grace Church – Morval
Looe Bay Holiday Park
West Looe: Polperro Car Park (relevant charges apply)
Millpool Car Park (relevant charges apply)
Coaches are asked to park in the Millpool car park.
Some parking areas are free, charges will apply in the Millpool and Polperro car parks.
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