A town faces an own goal of losing its only public toilet which is situated on its football field. South Western town St Blazey has been passed the responsibility of running the outbuilding by Cornwall Council due to budgetary cuts faced by many local councils. St Blazey council chairman June Anderson hinted the toilet has been given a red card when she said: “We decided to prioritise spending money keeping everything tidy, so I’m afraid if it comes to the crunch the toilet’s going.”
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