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Toilet Closure Plans Down the Pan

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7:21am 17th November 2011

Controversial plans to shut a 114 public toilets in Cornwall are put on hold.

The Council will not take any action until next year.

It was on the cards in a bid to save cash.

Now there will be more consultation and officials are going to be asked how they can find the £1 million needed to keep them open.

7:21am 17th November 2011

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