Immingham and Grimsby disabled toilets in £1m makeover

Public toilets for the disabled in two North East Lincolnshire towns have had a £1m makeover.

Toilets in Immingham town centre and Grimsby Market Hall are now open after undergoing refurbishment.

The facilities are wider and feature handrails, hoisting, changing benches for children and showers.

North East Lincolnshire Council said the work was "a very important step" in making disabled people feel more confident when leaving their homes.

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