Hutt to fight toilet closure
VETERAN campaigner Terry Hutt has vowed to continue with his campaign against North Herts District Council axing public toilets in Royston. He said the proposal to close the toilets at Royston bus station has angered people. We need to save them and we
VETERAN campaigner Terry Hutt has vowed to continue with his campaign against North Herts District Council axing public toilets in Royston.
He said the proposal to close the toilets at Royston bus station has "angered" people.
"We need to save them and we won't stop fighting until we win," he said.
The sum of £155,000 has been earmarked for the refurbishment of Fish Hill toilets and £7,000 has been allocated for toilets at The Cross.
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Mr Hutt, 70, said: "It's about time they refurbished them. They haven't been done for years and as a result they are filthy. Something needs to be done for health and safety reasons.
"I expect them to make them accessible to people with disabilities because they, too, need to use the toilets.
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Mr Hutt currently has a 1,196-signature petition against the proposal.