HERVINES PARK & BARN MEADOW PORTALOO TRIAL

Tuesday, August 13th, 2019
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Following requests from residents, we have placed ‘portaloos’ next to the playgrounds at Hervines Park and Barn Meadow on a 6 week trial basis primarily for the benefit of visitors to the playgrounds during the school summer holidays. Unfortunately, the portaloo at Hervines Park was subjected to vandalism within hours of delivery and had to be temporarily closed.  We are hoping this is just a one-off incident so that others can continue to use the facilities over the coming weeks.  If you are aware of any vandalism damage to the toilets, please report it to the Town Council office as soon as possible on 01494 434000 or e-mail admin@amersham-tc.gov.uk

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