As VB readers will be well aware, the Isle of Wight council (IWC) propose to close 32 of the 67 public loos on the Island this year.
The move has been slammed by opposition councillors and residents alike, after the IWC suggested that shops, pubs and hotels should allow the public to use their facilities in areas where public toilets were being removed.
A public consultation on the closures has received much criticism across the Island, with the criteria used for earmarking closures declared flawed by one local councillor.
Have your say
If you haven’t had your say on the closures yet, make sure you do in the next couple of days, as the consultation closes on Monday 31st January.
All paperwork can be found on the IWC website.
You can email in your comments to [email protected] or write to Public Conveniences Consultation, County Hall, Newport PO30 1UD.