Loos will remain open in Fens at your convenience
THE future is looking much more promising than before for Fenland s public toilets, councillors were told. Councillor Peter Skoulding, Fenland District Council s portfolio holder for finance, said enough money had been found to keep them open. The counc
THE future is looking much more promising than before for Fenland's public toilets, councillors were told.
Councillor Peter Skoulding, Fenland District Council's portfolio holder for finance, said enough money had been found to keep them open.
The council's overview and scrutiny committee was considering their future, and their report was expected in November.
"I am confident they will come up with something positive," he told fellow district councillors.
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He was replying to a question from Councillor Roger Green, also leader of Wisbech Town Council, who said people in Fenland were confused about whether they would stay open.
Earlier this year a report to councillors indicated half of Fenland's 10 public conveniences might be closed, and the buildings sold off, but public pressure put proposals on hold.
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