The Town Council wishes to assure local residents that the public conveniences located in the former Cortlandt Stable building adjacent to the Asda car park in North Street, remain open during the pandemic.
An outside contractor is currently responsible for the opening, closing and cleaning of the toilet block on a daily basis and, to allow more frequent cleaning of toilets, the facility operates six days a week (Monday to Saturday), with new opening hours of 10am-2.30pm each day.
The facilities have reduced capacity to ensure social distancing can be managed and there are signs on display outside and inside the premises offering guidance on social distancing and hand hygiene.
“The Town Council is grateful to residents for their continued observance of social distancing and strict hygiene,” said Town Clerk John Harrison. “Our main concern is to protect the health and well-being of those who use our public toilet facilities. Therefore, we ask residents and visitors to please ensure that you do your best to abide by the government’s guidelines on social distancing when using the toilets.”
“Limiting the number of individuals within the toilet blocks will help with this and there will be guidance posters at the facilities to request this, along with guidance relating to hand hygiene.”
Whilst the Town Council will be following Government guidance on the cleaning of public places and will do all we they can to reduce the risk of exposing both the public and the cleaners to COVID-19, the public need to be aware that the use of these facilities is at the individuals’ own risk.
Terry Hall, Communications & Public Information Officer
Hailsham Town Council, Market Street, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2AE
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