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A number of for articles have come out of the UK 2015 this week about various Community Toilet Schemes.

The scheme was initially trialled in Surrey, with the local council paying £600 to pubs and businesses to allow passers-by to use their facilities. The Publican reports that the scheme has been generally successful. Frank Dupree, from wholesale nfl jerseys the Cabbage Patch in Twickenham, says, cheap nba jerseys “I’d recommended it to other licensees, it’s generally brought in very normal people who have been caught short.”

Other councils interested in or trialling the scheme cheap mlb jerseys are the London Boroughs of Waltham Forest, Camden and Three Rivers.

Of course, the Community wholesale nfl jerseys Toilet Scheme only helps people who are out and about during regular opening hours. It wasn’t any use to Sam Jordison who found himself Roll without a pot to piss in at Shepherd’s Bush. In his article in the Guardian flerbostadshus today he claims that “over the last Toilet 10 years, the number of public toilets in the UK has been cut by more than half.” That’s a staggering statistic considering that the UK population, and hence the number of people needing to use public toilets, has increased by 0.9% per year.

Still, it’s a step in the right direction and will benefit streets, smells, shops Wie and shoppers. And shitters.
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