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Nowhere to go as toilets across island are closed

The majority of public toilets on Arran were today (Friday) being boarded up ahead of their sale or demolition. The signs have been taken down and the doors padlocked, leaving visitors with nowhere to go.

But a furious row has erupted after it emerged that North Ayrshire Council is to keep public toilets in Ardrossan and Saltcoats open at a cost of £35,000. That is the same amount which would have kept all nine of Arran’s toilets open to the public. Instead all but four will shut today and are in the process of being boarded up and having For Sale signs slapped on them.

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