in-cumbria By Andrew Clarke
TRADERS have expressed concern for the future of Whitehaven Market after the closure of the town centre’s only public toilets.
The James Street facilities – along with all the other council-owned public toilets – were closed on Friday as part of Copeland Council’s budget cuts.
Traders on the market, which has already dwindled in size over recent years, now say that the closure could end the market for good.
Rhett Harrison, who has a watch stall, said: “Whitehaven has to be the only town in the country of its size to be without a public toilet.
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