disabled toilet trial Suffolk Coin operated Toilet Turnstiles flexible adaptable access control entry points separate coin boxA disabled toilet in a Suffolk park may open for three months in a trial period. The town council have set up a trial which could mean the facilities in Eye reopen some time later in November. Eye mayor Felix Williams, said: “We’re aiming for November, but are currently trying to get a reduction on the business rates which stand at more than £3,000 per year.” The council will review whether to keep the toilet open on a full-time basis when the trial finishes.

Coin operated turnstiles from Toilet Turnstiles are so flexible and adaptable that they can cope with numerous configurations and models. The turnstiles can cope with wider access control entry points and help tourism in towns by offering welcoming facilities for disabled visitors. The separate coin box can be mounted either in front of the turnstile, at the side or alternatively can be wall mounted with the cash box at the rear, giving a vast range of options.

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