Attleborough toilet refurbishment complete

REFURBISHMENT work on the public toilets in Queens Square Car Park, Attleborough, has now been completed.

REFURBISHMENT work on the public toilets in Queens Square Car Park, Attleborough, has now been completed.

Mayor Vera Dale was handed the key on Monday by Alistair Humphreys from the award-winning Interpublic Urban Systems Ltd.

Vera Dale said: "The toilets were in a terrible state when the town council took them over last year.� We are aware that the work has taken a long time, but I am sure you will agree with me that it was worth the wait."

The block now contains two fully accessible Interpublic toilets which open automatically at 9am and close at 4pm. Each unit contains a toilet suitable for disabled use, a urinal, a sink with built-in hand dryer, baby changing area and a toddler seat.


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Because of their design these units are very user-friendly and easy to clean.

Town clerk Hilary Elias said: "Now the public have facilities which are family- and disabled-friendly, and are a credit to the town."

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