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Three public toilets in Bromsgrove District will reopen on Monday (July 6) with reduced capacity and three deep cleans a day.

The public toilets in Bromsgrove town centre, Sanders Park, and Rubery are all set to open their doors again for the first time since March, with some toilets and sinks, and all urinals, taken out of order to support people to keep their distance and stay safe.

General safety advice is to avoid using the toilets if possible.

 Jayne Pickering, Bromsgrove District Council’s Executive Director of Finance and Resources, said: “We’re delighted to be able to reopen these public toilets, and hope that everyone understands the general risks of using public facilities at this time.

 “We’ve spaced out the available toilets and sinks, added guidance signage, and increased the cleaning schedules to 3 deep cleans a day, but of course the best way to minimise the risk to yourself and others is use them only if really necessary.”

The re-openings are coming after the Government announced the next easing of Coronavirus restrictions nationwide. More swathes of the economy are expected to start to re-open with safety measures from Saturday July 4.

For more information including on the status of other district council services please see www.bromsgrove.gov.uk/coronavirus.