Ian Freeman is a Robin Hooder. I listened to him being interviewed by Carol Orff via KUOW Seattle just now.
It's all about a nice little freedom that the Twentieth Century saw the back of - that to park for nothing in one's own town. I'm not so troubled myself - I ought either to walk the ten minutes into Newent, or cough up the 20p to park in the Lakeside facility. But I do, on the whole, resent the imposition of parking fees. I just do.
Here's the story: