‘Three of our towns won’t have any lavatories, they’ll have nothing from Monday till Saturday, nobody knows to pee where..?
Haslemere, Godalming and Farncombe won’t have a pot to pi** in thanks to ‘Your Waverley.’
In other words the borough has, literally Gone to Potts!
How about this for a sorry tale of woe if ever there was one. Spending a penny, just became a whole lot more difficult for the folk in three of our beleaguered towns.
In its bid to save pounds, spending a penny in the three town’s public conveniences is about to become a Hurculean task. Because they are about to: Close; shut; taet; dicht; fermer; preto; in der Nahe; chiudere; közel; preto; a prop; gar….
Get the picture? SHUT.
WW found the bit about the “Acting Town Clerk” Andy Jeffery interesting! In fact we could find the reason for the sudden departure of The Town Clerk … very interesting. WWethinks we need to start spinning that web!
Here’s Haslemere’s WC which is about to be slashed to make for more parking spaces! It tells the WW…
Haslemere Town Council is very concerned that Waverley Borough Council is intending to close the public toilets in the High St carpark to make way for more parking spaces.
We are currently making representations to WBC to try and keep this well used facility open on behalf of local residents but we need your help. Although we know they are well used and vital to many residents, by signing this petition you give further weight to our fight by clicking on the link at the bottom of the post.
Thankfully over there in the East of the borough all the developers over there are flushed with their own success. They are busy building their very own poo pits now the Grampian Conditions drafted by ‘Your Waverley’ aren’t worth the toilet paper they were written on and the sewage treatment works cannot cope!
Sign Haslemere’s petition to stop the slashing of services! https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/save-haslemeres-public-toilets
3 thoughts on “OH DEAR! What can the matter be?”
At least in Cranleigh the public loos aren’t owned by Waverley, but by the parish council. And they are open and clean. Although perhaps too far if you’re caught short in Godalming or Haslemere.
Great – Cranleigh got it right. But it is a long way to travel!