Leighton Hospital is well signposted on all of the major roads leading into Crewe.43. Main Entrance - external shot.jpg

At our Leighton site, the car parks are run and managed by our in-house security team. Car parks are a mix of barrier access and pay and display. For all barrier accessed car parks there are a number of pay stations around the site. In our pay and display car parks the machines are located a short walk from the parking bays.

No Public Parking on the Saxon Gate Estate

Patients and visitors to Leighton Hospital are advised that there is no public parking on the Saxon Gate Estate, which is located on Gordon Geddes Way off Flowers Lane.  The Trust has received a number of complaints from residents relating to both congestion and dangerous parking and visitors are respectfully requested to avoid this area and park on the hospital site.

On entry to one of our barriers accessed car parks, the driver is required to press and take a ticket. This ticket has a printed QR code. Once the driver is leaving, they should first locate one of the pay stations from the list below. Once at the pay station the driver will need to scan the QR code and the fee will be displayed on the pay station. Payment can be made by cash or card, contactless payment is also available. Once the payment has been processed, the driver can proceed to the exit barrier in their vehicle and present the QR code to the exit reader, allowing them to exit.  

Pay Station Locations:  

  • Macmillan Cancer Centre 

  • Physiotherapy Department 

  • Maternity Outpatients 

  • Treatment Centre.

Pay and display 

Some of the smaller car parks have pay and display machines installed. The machines are easy to operate with instructions on each machine. The pay and display machines will not accept notes. Three machines can accept debit and credit card payments. When parking in a pay and display designated area, visitors are required to display the valid ticket clearly in the windscreen of the vehicle.

Charges for both car parking types are as follows: 

  • No charge for the first 25 minutes 

  • £3.00 for between 25 minutes and 4 hours

  • £5.00 for between 4 and 24 hours

  • £10.00 for parking in excess of 24 hours.

A £10.00 concessionary pass card is available for regular visitors from the pay machines. Each card is available for up to seven days. To obtain a pass card, visitors must be parked on a car park with a barrier system.
There is an intercom fitted to each car park barrier which is linked directly to the Security Control Room at Leighton Hospital. Please press this intercom for security and car parking assistance.

At the Victoria Infirmary, passcards are available from the General Office (located within Verdin House) between the hours of 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday.

Concessionary passcards can be used at both hospitals.

The Trust is pleased to announce the launch of nine electric vehicle charging points at Leighton Hospital in Crewe. The points signal the start of a series of sustainable initiatives that the Trust will be introducing including a number of EV points in the future, as it strides towards the net zero agenda. 

The points are located in the following locations: 

  • Main Entrance Patient Car Park - x2 22kw Chargers 
  • Treatment Centre Patient Car Park - x2 22kw Chargers 
  • Main Staff Car Park - x4 7.5kw Chargers 
  • Estate Service Road - x1 7.5kw (Trust fleet vehicle charger) 

The points are simple to use, there is an easy-to-follow guide which is printed on the side of each charger, the points are activated by RFID card or by downloading the Clenergy mobile phone app. 

The costs for using the chargers are £0.25 per kwh. The maximum charge time permitted is 4 hours.

Mid Cheshire Hospitals introduced long-term concessions at its sites in August 2020.

These are:

  • Disabled parking is provided for free at Leighton Hospital and Victoria Infirmary. At Leighton, a free exit pass can be obtained from the following: -
    • Main Entrance
    • Outpatients 
    • Treatment Centre
    • Emergency Department 

To obtain a free exit pass, patients and visitors will need to present their valid blue disabled badge at any of the reception areas above.

At Victoria Infirmary (and Leighton pay and display car parks), patients and visitors are required to display their blue disabled badge clearly through the windscreen of their vehicles. There isn't a need to purchase a pay and display ticket.

  • Patients attending for three or more Outpatient appointments within one month can also park for free. Patients will need to press any of the pay station intercom buttons to confirm their free exit
  • Parents visiting their poorly child on any of the paediatric Wards at Leighton can park for free, if they are exiting the site between 7pm and 7am. The free exit is provided by pressing any of the car park barrier intercoms between the hours above when providing the patient's name and ward.

Disabled parking is available at Leighton Hospital and the Victoria Infirmary. Visitor’s parking in a disabled bay at either site must display a valid blue disabled badge, but can park for free (see information above on concessions).

There are a total of 68 disabled parking spaces at Leighton Hospital and 10 disabled parking spaces at the Victoria Infirmary.

Motorcycle parking bays are available on the main entrance car park at Leighton Hospital. They are painted grey and signed. Parking for motorcycles is free and access is provided by using the barrier intercom's help points on entry and exit.