A town councillor has suggested possible cuts to local toilet provision could be solved by town councils taking over the running of some of the toilets. Cllr Jan French believed her town of March needed to keep both its sets of toilets, but said the matter had yet to be discussed by the town council. She said the Cambridgeshire town’s council may be able to fund one set of toilets, but it needed to be discussed with the overarching Fenland Council.
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