The Town Council has initiated a scheme with local traders to provide clean, safe and accessible toilets in the town centre for residents and visitors. Under the scheme participating businesses will allow members of the public to use their toilet facilities free of charge during normal opening hours. In return the Town Council will pay a small annual fee to each business dependent on the facilities offered. There is no requirement to make a purchase. Participating premises will display a poster in their window advertising the service.
This scheme supplements the facilities elsewhere in the town. It’s an example of co-operation between the Town Council and traders in the Council’s efforts to ensure that Nantwich continues to attract people to visit and shop in the town.
|1||The Oddfellows Arms, Welsh Row||One male/one female toilet|
|2||The Wickstead Arms, Mill Street||One male/one female toilet|
|3||Relish Deli, Church Lane||One large unisex with disabled facilities / baby changing|
|4||The White Horse, Pillory Street||One male/one female toilet|
|5||Aroma Cafe Bar, Hospital Street||One male/one female toilet|
|6||McCormicks, Pepper Street||Two unisex toilets plus baby changing facilities|
|7||Nantwich Museum. Pillory Street||One unisex toilet plus one disabled toilet|
|8||Cafe de Paris, Hospital Street||One unisex toilet plus disabled toilet baby changing facilities|
|9||Costa, Church Lane||One unisex toilet plus disabled toilet baby changing facilities|
|10||The Talbot, Oatmarket||One male/one female toilet|