Maintenance work starts on council toilets

Posted on: 31 January 2017

Maintenance work has started this week on some toilets across the district owned by North Devon Council.

Over the next couple of winter months, the council will be carrying out work to the facilities including deep steam cleaning as well as painting external doors and internal walls. During the works they will be closed for a very short periods of time to allow the work to be carried out.

The work has begun on the toilets at Pilton Park this week. Following this future work is planned for facilities at Croyde Beach, Wilder Road and the Pier in Ilfracombe.

Executive Member for Environment, Councillor Rodney Cann, says: “The essential work is carried out every few years to maintain the standard of the toilets. It is always planned for when the toilets are closed or at times when they are less busy.”

Maintenance work will not be carried out to any toilets owned by the council during half term.

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