Where are Your Community Toilets?

by paulankers on 11 March, 2017

Hazel Grove has just three community toilets in a scheme set up to mitigate against the loss of public facilities. The LibDem Team feel this is not enough for such a large district centre.

Local Campaigner Paul Ankers said, “We need to make local businesses more inviting for local people. It would be good to expand this scheme. There are lots of cafes & bars which will increase trade plus increase footfall for those places like shops without such options. ”


The list of Community Toilets is below:


Hazel Grove Library
Male / Female / Disabled Access / Baby changing
Mon 10-7; Tue 9-7; Wed 9-1 Thu 9-6; Fri 9-5, Sat 9-4
Male / Female / Disabled Access / Baby changing
Monday to Sunday 11:00 to 23:30
Torkington Park
Male / Female / Disabled Access
Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm


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  1. Sharon Reams says:

    Toilet is the most important part of our life. A Community Toilet Scheme expands general society latrine accessibility inside a range and contributes towards the well being and social consideration of occupants and guests alike. It additionally bolsters nearby organizations, monetarily, by making the towns and towns more available and enables guests to build their length of remain.

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