Toilets re-open at Wisbech shopping centre

Barriers at the toilets at the Horsefair Shopping Centre
Barriers at the toilets at the Horsefair Shopping Centre

Public toilets in Wisbech town centre which were closed due to a string of incidents will be re-opening.

Horsefair Shopping Centre will be charging shoppers 20p to use the toilets when they re-open in November.

The centre, which is owned and managed by New River Retail, closed the toilets in June last year after problems with anti-social behaviour.

Work on improving the toilets, which includes the installation of a barrier, is due to take four to six weeks.

Kevin Smith, manager of the centre, commented: “I’m delighted to announce our plans to re-open the toilets.

“We’ve been working hard on a solution for a long time now and it’s great to have finally overcome all of the hurdles that we’ve faced.

“We were forced to close the toilets following a string of incidents and anti-social behaviour that unfortunately meant that our shoppers’ safety was put at risk.

“We hope that the new pay on entry system will resolve this issue and deter the anti-social behaviour.

“The new system has been installed with our shoppers’ best interests in mind.”

For more information on the plan visit www.horsefairshoppingcentre.co.uk