Public toilets, Bramhope, Leeds

Public toilets, Bramhope - pencil drawing by Jo Dunn 2017Today is World Toilet Day, a UN initiative to highlight the global sanitation crisis. Over 4.5 billion people around the world live without a household toilet that safely disposes of their waste. The consequences for health and child survival are severe.

These public toilets are in Bramhope, Leeds.

Data from the Great British Public Toilet Analysis indicates there are about 9000 public toilets left in the UK. Find your nearest convenience at The Great British Public Toilet Map.

See also:
Public Toilets, Woodhouse Moor
Public Toilets, New Brighton

 

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Public toilets, Woodhouse Moor, Leeds

Public toilets, Woodhouse Moor LS6
Today is World Toilet Day, a UN program to draw attention to the sanitation crisis. 1-in-3 people in the world don’t have a clean, safe toilet!

These public toilets at Hyde Park corner in LS6 are now disused – a slash in the Council’s budget, we assume.

There are about 8000 public toilets left in the UK.

See also:
Public toilets, New Brighton, Wirral
Public toilets, Sea Palling, Norfolk