Loads of parking on the Racecourse if it's dry but can be difficult to get off as race has grown over past few years, might be OK if you go for lunch or a pint in town before heading home. Park and ride can be good but if you hang around any longer than necessary expect a long wait In queue for bus back to Car park. Car parks in city centre should be ok early Sunday morning, probably cost a fiver or so. I am considering parking at retail park on Sealand Road, walk down to Racecourse to the start. I will have to walk back to Racecourse to collect bag post race so you are then halfway back to where car is parked. The walk is a good way to losen up post race and you should have your bag of Haribo for company.
Enjoyed the last three Chester Halves but probably as much to do with the fact I only live 11 miles away so no pre race problems getting to the start and family can come and meet me post race for lunch etc. This years finish in town was good and the atmosphere at the end in the main shopping streets was bouncing helped by bags of haribo sweets for all finishers. Haven't done the Chester full (or any full for that matter) but both events are organised by the same people.
great event today, well done to the Run Wales team, perfect weather, now realise why they called the Great Orme great. Medal and T shirt collection was a pain but mainly because I was knackered by that stage. Number collection worked well for me as I arrived in plenty of time. Chocolate digestive biscuits were a masterstroke.