posted by Charlotte on 13 Dec 2012 at 2:23 pm
I was wondering where there are toilets in Bexhill town; public loos & loos in shops that are available to use.
I enjoy shopping in Bexhill, but find the lack of toilets/knowing where toilets are to be quite frustrating.
Thanks in advance
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posted by Cheryl on 17 Feb 2013 at 1:27 pm
Just seen your post and maybe you have found the toilets by now, if not there ar public toilets opposite main post office in town centre, one in Bexhill Library, others along main promanade and also in De La Warr Pavillion
probably others I've not found yet.
posted by mike on 06 Mar 2013 at 10:54 am
re. the toilets in Devonshire Square.
at the moment they are very run down, with no hot water, cracked tiles & they only flush occasionally.
But this is about to change, the Town Team (a group of volunteers) have persuaded the council to renovate them, hopefully this will be done within the next couple of months
posted by dave on 07 Mar 2013 at 1:32 am
There does seem to be quite the reduction in public loos in bexhill. they used to be next to the viking chippy at london road, and on the oppersite corner of the same junction, just before going under sakville arch and just the other side, devy square by the rail tracks, and between the post office and devy pub.either side of the museum manor gardens old town,several along the sea front.times are changing i guess.
Lack Of Water In Toilers
posted by William Smith on 31 Aug 2013 at 2:24 pm
Bexhill is one of the worst Towns for toilets and most of them have such a small flow of water if one toilet is flushed it takes ten minutes before you can even wash your hands
Why I can't we have toilets like Hastings clean and always plenty of water
Bexhill Public Toilets
posted by Rod Waite on 02 Jan 2014 at 4:00 pm
Hi, I look at this site on occasions, I now reside in North Yorkshire, but born in Bexhill, I worked for RDC for many years and use to maintain toilets in the town and other areas as part of my job, problem is that the council wanted to close most of the wc's and this was nearly ten years ago before all of the council cut back's, it is just a case of employees working for a council who do not come from the area and simply do not care about the local community, I come back to the town about 4 times a year to see family and you only have to see the mess made of the sea front and other areas to be aware that the council & members just do not have a clue or care about the town ant more! Rod
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