Concern as island toilets face closure
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Concern as public toilets on Arran face closure

What happens when you take an island popular with tourists year round - then propose to take away its public toilets? You achieve a cost saving for the cash-strapped local council, but you're also left wondering how hundreds of thousands of visitors can answer the call of nature.

BBC Scotland's Sarah Toom has been to the Isle of Arran to hear from local residents.