Plans to close and replace Fishguard’s public toilets were discussed in the town last week.

Officers from Pembrokeshire County Council visited Fishguard Market on Thursday to talk to the public about proposals to replace the public toilets block.

The council is consulting the public on their plans to close the West Street facilities, which have been the target of repeated vandalism, and the toilet block in Parc y Shwt, and says both facilities are in need of upgrading.

Instead, the council is proposing to build a new toilet block in the town centre next to the new bus stop in the Chimney’s Link road development, subject to planning approval.

Also present at Fishguard Market were Cllr Cris Tomos, Cabinet Member for the Environment and Welsh Language, and Jonathan Mills of Danfo, the company contracted by the council to provide public conveniences.

Cllr Tomos said: “We spoke to nearly 60 people about the proposals and had some very interesting feedback, much of it positive.

“There is still plenty of time to take part in the consultation and we would be very interested in hearing the views of many more people on these plans.”

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