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Refurbished public toilets re-open on Tower Esplanade

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Skegness’s Tower Esplanade toilets near the Festival car park are to re-open in time for the Easter holidays, after being refurbished as part of a £500,000 public toilet improvement programme.

Skegness’s Tower Esplanade toilets near the Festival car park are to re-open in time for the Easter holidays, after being refurbished as part of a £500,000 public toilet improvement programme.

The improvement programme by East Lindsey District Council has already seen other public toilets in Skegness, Mablethorpe, Wragby and Louth given an overhaul. This has included redecoration, new cubicle doors and vanity units, energy efficient motion sensored flushing and hand driers, and proximity sensor operated lighting.

The Council’s Portfolio Holder for the Environment at the Council, Councillor Steve O’Dare, said: “There is nothing worse than using a grotty public toilet. We have been able to invest heavily in public toilets over recent years to bring some of the older facilities up to the standard expected by those who use them.”

Toilets at Lumley Square in Skegness were also refurbished earlier this year and re-opened in February.

The Council operates 24 blocks of toilets across East Lindsey

 

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