Coronavirus Update 28th May 2020
North Norfolk District Council have reopened the public toilets on Blakeney Quay. The ones run by the Parish Council, located in the village hall car park, shall however, remain closed for the time being.
Quayside, NR25 7NF
There is a defibrillator at the entrance to the Ladies toilet – it is available at all times.
Quayside Toilets Information
The Quayside toilets, opposite the Carnser Car Park, are managed by North Norfolk District Council and they have provided us with the following information:
End of October till mid March – open Daily (locked at 17:00)
Mid March till the end of October – open Daily (locked at 21:00)
- Hand Dryers
- Baby change facility
- Hot water
Please note that these toilet facilities are not open 24 hours a day and facilities are generally not open on Christmas Day.
Kier are the contractor who cleanse and open the toilets. The official hours are for the toilets to be opened is 09.00hrs however, mostly they are open before this time as they working in the area. Due to vandalism or essential maintenance it may be necessary to close facilities for a short while without prior notice. We apologise for the inconvenience this can cause.
If you require any further general details please contact Customer Services on 01263 516189. If you wish to contact someone regarding cleanliness please contact Environmental Services on 01263 516302 as they are generally working in the area.
If you wish to report any vandalism or maintenance issues please contact Property Services on 01263 516054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or report to one of the Carnser Car Park attendants opposite, on the Carnser Car Park.
Village Hall Car Park
These toilets are in the Village Hall Car Park on Langham Road (at the back of the brick bus shelter on the A149, the main coastal road).
This toilet offers unisex and disabled toilet facilities as well as a baby changing area.
North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) has fitted RADAR locks to all of its adapted public toilets. RADAR is a National Key Scheme, which was set up by the Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation to give disabled people and their carers independent access to locked, adapted public toilets.
Disabled members of the public and/or their carers may buy a key for £3.50 from NNDC’s offices in Holt Road, Cromer or from the Tourist Information Centres in Cromer, Holt, Sheringham and Wells-next-the-Sea. RADAR keys give 24-hour-a-day access, not only to North Norfolk’s public toilets, but also to some 4000 locked public toilets elsewhere in the country.