Sheffield Green Party Councillor pushes for more public toilets ahead of local elections

A local Green Party Councillor has shared their thoughts on the lack of public conveniences in Sheffield, eager for more to be done to resolve this issue.

At present, there are very few public toilets that have reopened in Sheffield after the previous lockdown, making it difficult for those who like to spend time outside.

On 6th May, residents in the city will have the chance to elect a new council and the Green Party, who have nationally made their thoughts on the lack of public toilets known, are urging people to ‘Vote for Change’.

Douglas Johnson, Green Party Councillor for City Ward

You can read more about the Green Party’s various proposals and plans on their website here.

Written by Hannah Youds

Hannah is a Journalist currently studying at The University of Sheffield. She is an Entertainment Editor for Liberty Belle Magazine and has experience writing for various publications.

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Written by Hannah Youds

Hannah is a Journalist currently studying at The University of Sheffield. She is an Entertainment Editor for Liberty Belle Magazine and has experience writing for various publications.
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