Residents in Ely, Cambridgeshire, have started a campaign to complain about the fact that public toilets in the town are closing too early, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.

The majority of the city’s public conveniences are owned and managed by East Cambridgeshire District Council, and currently close at around 5pm.

But people insist that some of the toilets, such as the ones in the Cloisters and Sacrist Gate, should be open later so that people out and about in the city centre in the evening can use them.

The district council, which is responsible for nine toilets in total in Ely, Littleport, Burwell and Fordham has recently launched a review to assess the way the public conveniences are currently run.

The authority says their opening hours, as well as potential refurbishments, are among the areas being looked at.

As part of the review, a working group will look at usage of the facilities, compare the district’s toilets with other areas as well as carrying out a cost analysis of improving them.

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