THERE are currently no plans to install temporary public toilets in Northwich town centre.

The previous toilet facilities available to the public were attached to the outside of the outdoor market building, which was gutted by the fire which took place at the start of January.

These were cleaned and maintained by Northwich Town Council, but owned by Cheshire West and Chester Council.

A number of residents have been asking what will happen with regards to toilet facilities and where should they go if they are caught short.

Northwich Guardian:

The section of the market where the toilets were located was demolished to allow firefighters access to hotspots

But CWAC say that temporary toilets are not something that it is looking at installing in the town centre at present.

A spokesperson said: “The toilets attached to the outside of the outdoor market were maintained by Northwich Town Council.

“Unfortunately, they were destroyed in the market fire.

“Until a more permanent solution can be put in place, market staff are advising the public to use the toilets at either Asda, McDonald's or Brio Leisure.”