Lockdown loos mapped: Where is your nearest public toilet this Easter weekend?
Lockdown forced Britons to remain inside their homes more than ever before. Now people in England are finally able to leave their homes again after the “stay at home” rule was lifted this week. The rule of six is now back in force meaning people can meet in groups in outdoor settings. But for those meeting in public green spaces for picnics, a quandary will often surface quickly: where is the nearest loo? Express.co.uk has compiled a guide to help you find your nearest toilet when you are in need.
After months of lockdown, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his lockdown easing plan in February.
As of March 29, several more lockdown restrictions were eased including the removal of the stay at home order and enabling group gatherings of up to six people or two households.
Organised outdoor sport and leisure facilities also reopened for both children and adults.
Speaking on Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “[Today] has been a big day for many of us – with the first chance to see friends and family outdoors, whether as six people or two households.
“And I want to congratulate the members of Ilkeston cycling club in Derbyshire that set off at midnight, the swimmers who broached the chilly waters of the Hillingdon Lido at the crack of dawn,and more than anything I know how much it will have meant to millions of people to have joined someone else for a cup of tea in the garden.
“And I must stress that it is only because of months of sacrifice and effort that we can take this small step to freedom today. And we must proceed with caution.”