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Dismay as cuts sees inn pull plug on public toilet scheme

A ROW has broken out over the closure of public toilets serving people using the Corran ferry.

Public toilets in the area are open under the Highland Council Comfort Scheme, whereby the council pays private establishments to open their toilets to the public. The scheme has been running since 1996.

But recent changes to the terms of the scheme have left participating businesses frustrated and has resulted in the closure of the public toilets on the Ardgour side of the Corran ferry.

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