The Toilets Of The Wirral #2

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Today we are continuing our highly entertaining feature which I feel must go down as one of the most exhilarating series we have ever posted here on Jammy Toast. I think we had just better warn anyone who has a heart condition, or who is easily excitable, to just take this slowly and do not read/view this post all at once. Over-excitement could result if you consume this little post too quickly – I would also recommend sitting down. Now, as many of you know, Razzi and I teach people to drive around the Wirral and one of the draw-backs to this is when we need an emergency wee-wee. Public Toilets around the Wirral a very few and far between. So today, we are continuing our feature where we introduce you to the wonderful toiletry arrangements offered by the Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council…

The Toilets Of The Wirral #1

Posted by Davidd on
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Today we are starting a brand new, highly exciting feature which I feel must go down as one of the most exhilarating pieces we have ever written here on Jammy Toast. Today, for the first time ever, I feel we had just better warn anyone who has a heart condition, or who is easily excitable, to just take this slowly and do not read/view this post all at once. Over-excitement could result if you consume this little post too quickly – I would also recommend sitting down. Now, as many of you know, Razzi and I teach people to drive around the Wirral and one of the draw-backs to this is when we need an emergency wee-wee. Public Toilets around the Wirral a very few and far between. So today, we are starting a new feature where we will introduce you to the wonderful toiletry arrangements offered by the Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council.

Where Have All The Toilets Gone?

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While Razzi and I drive around Merseyside undertaking our daily business, I can’t help but notice the distinct lack of public toilets these days. Furthermore, hundreds of public toilets are planning to be closed around the UK, as council’s look for ways to cut costs during the present economic squeeze they are facing. A freedom-of-information request by the BBC has recently revealed that at least 1,782 public toilets have closed during the past decade, with some councils now offering none at all. When the need to go becomes overwhelming, what can you do? Here are some tips from readers of the BBC News website which we pass on in good faith…