Villagers vote on future of Maenclochog public toilets
People living in a north Pembrokeshire village are being asked to decide on the future of their public toilets.
Maenclochog Community Council currently pay around £3,000 a year to maintain the small toilet block in the village.
Residents have decided to hold a public vote in August on whether they should continue to do so.
Councillor Huw George explains the process to Newyddion.
29 Jul 2016
- From the section Wales