Public toilets civil town council Toilet Turnstiles attract visitors revenue-gathering devices help keep loos spick and span coin entry income WCs graded stainless steel ease of cleaning two year warrantyPublic toilets will remain open for now over the winter at a riverside civil parish. The loos are seen by one resident as a vital part of the quay area of the Cornish town of Penryn. Believing that the toilets go hand in hand with other investment, Adrian Grigg told the town council if the toilets were to close “it would be a great loss”. Town mayor Gill Grant replied there were plans to keep at least one toilet open on the quay.

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