The local council in the town of Kelso, in the Scottish Borders, has decided not to reopen former public toilets in Kelso’s Knowes car park, community councillors have been warned.
Local Scottish Borders councillor Tom Weatherston said the former toilets in The Knowes had been subject to repeated vandalism, adding: “And it was agreed by this community council it was in the best interests of Kelso to close them.”
He also told councillors that pressures on SBC budgets were also a major factor. “Not to beat about the bush, there’s about as much chance of getting those toilets reopened as there is of me going to the moon,” he said.
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