Don't Get Caught Short at The Town Hall

The toilets are not for the public's convenience

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Ealing Conservatives have called on Labour to practice what it preaches after it was discovered that just days after announcing a Community Toilet Scheme in West Ealing - loos at the Town Hall have been barred to members of the public.

A sign on the noticeboard apologises for any inconvenience but states that the toilets are not available.

Leader of the Conservatives, Cllr Jason Stacey, said:

“Here we have facilities based in a public building, recently refurbished and paid for by the public, the upkeep of which is paid for by the public yet the public are not allowed to use them”.

“How can the Leader of the Council issue a statement welcoming businesses who have opened up their toilets to the community, yet close off the town hall to the public. Come on Cllr Bell – practice what you preach!”

Labour say the scheme only currently covers West Ealing and Hanwell.

Plans for it to be rolled out across the borough are currently being worked on.





20 January 2011