Get a move on, say loo campaigners

Campaigners led by North Norfolk Conservative spokesman, Trevor Ivory, are accusing District Council leaders of dithering over the fate of the Sheringham's East Promenade toiletsIt is almost two months since a 2,000 signature petition was handed into Virginia Gay, the Lib Dem leader of North Norfolk District Council and campaigners are still waiting for a response.

Campaigners led by North Norfolk Conservative spokesman, Trevor Ivory, are accusing District Council leaders of dithering over the fate of the Sheringham's East Promenade toilets

It is almost two months since a 2,000 signature petition was handed into Virginia Gay, the Lib Dem leader of North Norfolk District Council and campaigners are still waiting for a response.

'I personally delivered the petition to the Council offices and received a reply shortly afterwards confirming that it had been received,' said Mr Ivory. 'But I am yet to receive a response from Ms Gay responding to the overwhelming view of local people and visitors that the permanent toilets on the East Prom should be reopened.'

'It is time the District Council realised that the people of Sheringham will not just shut-up and go away on this issue and so I have emailed Ms Gay asking for a response. We are fast approaching the start of another tourist season and yet again, Sheringham is at a disadvantage because of a lack of investment by the District Council. This dithering must stop.'


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