Vandalised Town Hall toilets will reopen after ‘extensive repairs’

PUBLISHED: 13:00 23 May 2018

The town hall.

The town hall.


Toilets in Weston-super-Mare’s Town Hall will be repaired, but there is no fixed date for them to reopen.

The public toilets at the Town Hall, in Walliscote Grove Road, closed around six weeks ago after they suffered from extensive vandalism.

North Somerset Council was forced to close them due for safety reasons.

Its spokesman said: “We are sorry that the Town Hall toilets are currently unavailable.

“They will be reopening once we have completed some extensive repairs and improvements.

“We do have a ‘changing places’ facility for severely disabled customers, and there is a leaflet available in the Town Hall reception which explains the intended use of this facility.

“We have also put up posters to advise where the nearest public toilets are – the nearest being in Locking Road car park which is approximately 500 yards away.”

No date has been set for when the Town Hall facilities will reopen.

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