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Date Posted: 18/07/10 6:10:48pm
Author: Luke
Subject: Re: News : Spending a penny won't cost a thing...
In reply to: Mike (webmaster) 's message, "News : Spending a penny won't cost a thing..." on 18/07/10 4:15:31pm

I can imagine it now, some poor soul goes to the toilet and is then assaulted by the ja wanting to convert them to

Under this scheme, young adults and children could go to the ja centre to use the toilet and be at risk of sexual abuse, he Gardner case mike has posted about earlier shows that, all ja need a crb check.

And then of course we have he homeless using the same centre, drug addicts, people with mental health problems, with the chance of coming into contact with the vulnerable public, I can see it all now, no, someone needs to speak to the local council and stop this, before more
children are hurt, after the Gardner case everyone is at risk.

>Title: Spending a penny won't cost a thing...
>Website: Northampton Chronicle and Echo
>Date: 15/07/2010
>Link : >href="http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/news/Spending-a
>-penny-won39t-cost.6420495.jp">Spending a penny won't
>cost a thing...

>Spending a penny won't cost a thing...
>A new "community loo" scheme means the public could
>have 13 more toilets to choose from if they want to
>spend a penny in Northampton.
>Northampton Borough Council launched the scheme
>yesterday which will see businesses and council-owned
>premises across the town displaying a sticker to
>advertise its facilities are available for use during
>opening hours.
>Stickers will also state what facilities are
>available, such as male, female, wheelchair accessible
>and baby changing facilities.
>The community loo scheme comes in addition to the five
>public toilets already in Northampton, which include
>the Sheep Street toilets, which have been nominated
>for toilet of the year on several occasions.
>Councillor Trini Crake, portfolio holder for
>environment, (Lib Dem, Boughton Green) said it did not
>mean the council would be cutting back on funding for
>public toilets.
>She said: "We won't be closing public toilets - we
>have not closed any since 2007 - it is about finding
>the best way to provide even more facilities to those
>in need, not just in the town centre but further out
>as well.
>"It also benefits local businesses as it gets people
>into their stores.
>"It is completely voluntary and we do want to get more
>people involved, as a lot of places have toilets which
>members of the public might not realise are there."
>Posters and leaflets showing where the scheme operates
>and listing other public toilets in the town are
>available across Northampton.
>Those signed up so far include Debenhams, The Bear,
>NBs, House of Fraser, The Old Bank, The Grosvenor
>Centre, Northampton Museum and Art Gallery, The
>Guildhall, Greyfriars Bus Station, The Moon on the
>Square, The Eastgate, The Cordwainer, The Royal &
>Derngate, The Fish Market, The Jesus Centre and the
>Tourist Information Centre.
>Eddie Gershon, a spokesman for The Eastgate said: "Our
>staff take pride in keeping the pub toilets in
>first-class condition.
>"We're happy to be working with the borough council on
>the launch of its scheme which will benefit the
>community at large."
>For a list of participating premises or to comment on
>any of the toilets provided visit:
>Businesses wishing to join can telephone town centre
>manager Derrick Simpson

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