Public toilets in Milton Keynes town close temporarily due to vandalism

    Bletchley Town Council say this is the second time within two weeks that damage has been caused.

    Last month, Bletchley Town Council asked residents to help decide the future of the Albert Street Public Toilets. The response received showed that the public toilets are well-used by locals.

    These toilets are open from Monday to Saturday with pre-Covid monitoring showing the public toilets are well used with approximately 91,300 visits per year.

    After re-opening the toilets two weeks ago, Bletchley Town Council has today released a statement saying they have had to be temporarily closed.

    Bletchley Town Council says: "Please be aware that unfortunately we have had to temporarily close Albert Street Public Toilets due to vandalism.

    "This is the second time within two weeks that damage has been caused to the toilets."

    The local council also asks residents to report any vandalism to the police online and by contacting the Town Council by calling 01908 649 469 or by email.

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