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Gwynedd public toilets: Future rests on councils paying up

Gwynedd council's cabinet has agreed to ask community and town councils to help fund public toilets in the county.

It follows proposals earlier this year to close two-thirds of all council-run toilet facilities to save £244,000.

The council leadership hopes it will mean they can halt plans to shut 50 out of its 73 toilets.

Campaigner Rob Poultney, who has Crohn's disease, said closing public toilets would be like putting him "under house arrest".

Roger Pinney reports.

  • 07 Jun 2016
  • From the section Wales