Restroom, comfort station, bathroom, lavatory, WC — whatever we call it, when we need a London loo, we really need one…. There are several toilet finding apps to help you, including the Flush app and Toilet Finder. All of London's mainline National Rail stations have toilets which are free to use, so you don't need to be travelling anywhere to use the facilities. You can also find bathrooms in public museums and art galleries all over the city, which are often free to enter. If you are not near somewhere with free access, most pubs, cafes and fast food outlets have customer toilets.
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This is the London gay guide by Nighttours. London has to be one of the most attractive cities in Europe for the gay visitor: a vast amount of bars, cafes, clubs, restaurants and theatres, all located in the historic centre. The main gay area has to be Soho , just west of the West End, where all theatres are located and north of China Town. Main gay street is Old Compton Street , where many bars are located.
The Great British toilet map might not be the source of the most polite chat but it highlights an urgent problem: the lack of public toilets in the UK. The Great British Public Toilet Map launched today , providing details of over 8, public toilets in the UK including council facilities, train stations, community toilet schemes as well as shopping centres and libraries. An alarming finding from the research by Royal College of Art Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, is just how few public toilets are now available. Eight councils in the UK fail to provide any public toilets, and schemes that allow the use of store toilets without buying anything have dwindled, research by New Dynamics of Ageing has found. There are 64 Community toilet schemes in the UK, which allow the public to use the toilets of participating local businesses.