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Meva loo saved by local business

By Jo Sampson 27th July 2016

Meva loo saved by local business
FLSHED WITH PRIDE: Councillor James Mustoe with Mel Evans

MEVAGISSEY is flushed with pride after a local business has agreed to take on the costs of a toilet block until different funding can be found. Since the withdrawal of funding by Cornwall Council, the public toilets have been left in the hands of the parish council to either let the facility close or find ways to keep it open. With only o...

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