A local council has been asked by residents to reinstate public toilets to a recreation ground after they were closed due to vandalism, a news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
Local residents asked Fareham Borough Council to reinstate public toilets at Fareham park, making them available for those who use the park for other activities or taking their small children to play or those who take people with disabilities for the enjoyment of views of Fareham Creek.
Currently, toilet facilities are only available for those playing cricket at the newly-refurbished Fareham and Crofton Cricket pavilion.
Council leader Sean Woodward said that toilets were an important part of the Fareham’s priorities and the Bath Lane toilets were shut due to vandalism, not to save money.
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