At a time when hundreds of Council run toilets are being closed, Westerham Town Council has opened new public toilet facilities in the town, following community demand and visitor need as confirmed in local consultations.
The old toilets in Fullers Hill were irreparable and a modern facility was needed to serve the community for the future.
The bespoke toilet which cost £46,000 also includes baby changing facilities and has been funded by the Town Council together with its share of the Community Infrastructure Levy charged on recent housebuilding in the town.
The toilets are cleaned twice daily and externally monitored by CCTV.
Photo shows the old loos in Westerham