“Brighton Council should learn from spotless Lyme Regis”

ONCE the problem of dirty and unkempt toilets in Brighton and Hove was raised (The Argus, 19 July).

This is an ongoing saga that keeps coming up, but nothing seems to be done to improve the situation.

I recently had the opportunity to visit Lyme Regis en route to Cornwall. After parking the car for FREE on the street, I walked towards the seafront. This took me through beautifully manicured gardens and reminded me of the days

in Brighton when we had a very successful parks and gardens department and equally beautiful gardens.

Arriving at the boardwalk I was struck by how clean it was with practically no rubbish to be seen, then I noticed the rubbish bins and lots of them up on the beach and also on the boardwalk.

After a certain age, I go to the toilet more often than I used to. I came to a unisex toilet, upon entering I found it to be spotlessly clean, there was an area with a range of sinks, mirrors etc and then about a dozen stalls. The one I occupied was also absolutely spotless. The entire building was obviously well maintained and cleaned regularly.

Perhaps instead of discussing world affairs on the council agenda and spending large sums of money on white elephants (the i360), our hapless council could organize a day trip to Lyme Regis and see a much smaller town with a considerably smaller population spend their money , to make the place attractive for residents and visitors.

D Walker


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