Car Parks

The Ham and The Level car parks are owned and maintained by Dittisham Parish Council on behalf, and for the use, of the parishioners of Dittisham and its visitors.

Visitors can pay for parking using either the coin only machines or by using their RingGo account.

Car Park ½ hour 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 4 hours All day 1800 to 0900
The Ham 50p £1 £2 £3 £3.50 £6.00 no charge
The Level n/a £1 £2 £3 £3.50 £6.00 no charge

Seven day ticket £30.00

After 6.00 pm tickets can be purchased for the next day.

Machines are coin only and do not give change.

Customers are encouraged to pay by RingGo.
This will avoid queues and mean that fewer people need to touch the pay machines.
Download RingGo for iOS      Download RingGo for Android

If you have to pay using cash, please follow social distancing guidelines, and clean your hands before and after using the pay machines.

All car park users are reminded to follow social distancing guidelines
• Wait for people to enter or leave nearby vehicles before you enter or leave yours
• Keep 2 metres away from others
• Please take extra care driving in the car parks, as people walking around will be following these guidelines.
• Keep the highways safe for everyone, especially our NHS, Emergency Services and other Key Workers.
Please be respectful of our Officers as they carry out their duties in the car parks.

Payment for parking in both car parks is enforced by South Hams District Council (SHDC) whose officers who make regular visits.
To pay or challenge a penalty notice, please contact SHDC LINK.

In October 2018 SHDC changed to a computerised residents’ permit application and validation system using paperless ‘virtual permits’. By using the above system the red paper based car parking permits have now become redundant and have been replaced by paperless ‘virtual permits’ using a computerised permit system operated by South Hams District Council for and on behalf of Dittisham Parish Council.

To obtain a residents’ permit, this llink will take you to South Hams District Council’s website: