Residents in Berwick-upon-Tweed have expressed their outrage regarding the state of the toilets on Castlegate and demanded action from the council, a news report revealed.
Using the available social media channels, quite a few people living in the area have managed to paint a very bleak (and sometimes quite disturbing) picture of the conditions anyone having to use these public conveniences has to face.
Following these appeals, the Berwick Deserves Better committee members said they would take the matter up at their next meeting. The group takes its views to Berwick Town Council.
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