Louth public toilets to reopen following £42,000 refurbishment
LOUTH'S public toilets on Eastgate will reopen tomorrow, Wednesday March 13, following a major refurbishment by East Lindsey District Council.
The toilets, which have been closed since January, have been deep cleaned and redecorated, with new cubicle doors and vanity units fitted.
The toilets also include new energy efficient hand driers, proximity sensor operated lighting and sensor operated taps and flush mechanisms.
The refurbishment has cost £42,000 and is part of a £500,000 public toilet refurbishment programme, which has already seen improvements at public toilets on Seacroft Road and Central Promenade in Mablethorpe.
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Wragby public toilets are currently undergoing a similar maintenance programme and will re-open later this month.
Portfolio Holder for the environment at East Lindsey District Council, Councillor Tony Bridges, said: "Anyone who previously used the Eastgate toilets in Louth will be aware of how badly the refurbishment was needed.
"The improvements I'm sure will be welcomed by the community and visitors to the area."