Forestry Commission - Hamsterley Forest

The Forestry Commission have recently installed additional terminals at various sites across the United Kingdom. At Hamsterley Forest, County Durham, a solar powered Cale MP 104 terminal has been installed to collect toll fees from motorists, allowing them to drive through the Hamsterley Forest Drive as well as allowing them to park in any of the car parks within the forest.

The terminal was supplied in a specific colour to match the corporate colour of the Forestry Commission.

Solar powered MP 104 terminals have been installed at Salcey Forest, Northamptonshire. They dispense both a ticket and a money-off voucher. The visitors can use the latter in the on-site café.

Cale terminals have also been installed at the new visitor centre at Top Lodge, Fineshade Wood, Northamptonshire.

The Forestry Commission's first Cale terminal accepting credit card payment will be installed at Delamere Forest, Cheshire, allowing visitors the convenience of paying by their credit or debit card. The MP 104 terminal that fully complies with the latest EMV Level 2 Chip and PIN requirements, is additionally fitted with a Chip and PIN card reader and PIN key pad.
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