Public toilets in Castle Cary, a market town and civil parish in south Somerset, might be reopened in the near future after receiving the provisional backing of the town council, a brand new report in the local media has revealed.
The town council initially took on the running of the toilets in 2005, but following reports of antisocial behaviour, general public access was barred later that year. However, limited use was permitted through a key system, but in May 2009 the council opted not to renew the contract for a Wallgate hand washing appliance and the toilets were completely closed in January 2011.
A working group of voluntary local residents was set up earlier in the year to facilitate the reopening of the toilets which have been closed since January 2011.
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