Do you use any of our public toilets?
As a council, we operate a number of public conveniences throughout the county borough.
As well as some public conveniences in Wrexham town centre, we’re also responsible for those in a number of public buildings – such as leisure centres, community resource centres and libraries – and country parks.
Part of our responsibility in running those toilet facilities is to make sure that they’re serving people’s needs – whether they use them often, or just from time to time.
And obviously, we can’t do that if we don’t know what people think of them.
So with that in mind, we’ve started a survey on our public conveniences, open to anyone who wants to take part.
We need to hear from residents, businesses and visitors. We’re keen to hear from anyone who regularly uses our public toilets – or who might rely on specific facilities like disabled toilets or baby changing areas.
If you want to take part, just click on the link here to our Your Voice website.
Paper copies of the survey are also available at our Contact Centre on Lord Street, Wrexham, along with all of our leisure centres and libraries.
The survey will be open until Friday, July 12 – so there’s plenty of time to take part.
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