Council apologises after public toilets close in Ballyclare
Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has apologised to residents after public and accessible toilets have had to close in Ballyclare.
Commenting on August 27, a spokesperson for the local authority said: “As part of ongoing works to improve Sixmilewater Park, Ballyclare’s public toilets have been closed for demolition and rebuild.
“As a temporary measure the public have been able to use the accessible toilet in Ballyclare Town Hall.
“Unfortunately, due to problems with the Northern Ireland Water sewers in the area, this toilet has been closed with immediate effect. NI Water has advised that it hopes repairs to commence at the end of October.
“In the interim, an accessible portaloo will be located in the grounds of Ballyclare Town Hall as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.”
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