Reopening of Seaton’s Harbour Road public toilets delayed

PUBLISHED: 15:26 12 August 2020 | UPDATED: 14:21 13 August 2020

Seaton's Harbour Road public toilets are open again. Picture: EDDC

Seaton's Harbour Road public toilets are open again. Picture: EDDC

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Public toilets at Harbour Road/Thury Harcourt Place in Seaton will now reopen tomorrow (Thursday August 13).

East Devon District Council had planned to open them today (Wednesday, August 12) but a spokeswoman said: “Unfortunately we had a staffing issue and the toilets will reopen tomorrow.”

The toilets will be open five days a week - Wednesday to Sunday - between 8am and 8pm.

They will be shut on Mondays and Tuesdays.

The council spokeswoman said: “They will be stringently Covid-19 cleaned four times a day.”

The public toilets at Seaton’s West Walk reopened several weeks ago.


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