Dartford’s Central Park Welcomes Upgraded and Accessible Toilets for All Visitors

Dartford's Central Park Welcomes Upgraded and Accessible Toilets for All Visitors

Revamped Accessible Toilets Now Available at Dartford’s Central Park

In exciting news for residents and visitors alike, Dartford’s Central Park has recently undergone some major upgrades. The rundown toilet facilities near Cranford Road have been replaced with brand new, state-of-the-art accessible toilets. This development was made possible by funding from the Department for Levelling Up, which was awarded last year.

The new Changing Places toilet, located at the Cranford Road entrance to Central Park, offers a range of specialist equipment to cater to the needs of all users. This includes a height-adjustable changing bench, full-length mirror, ceiling track hoist system, peninsular toilet, drop-down rails, vertical grab rails, and a colostomy bag shelf.

Council Leader Jeremy Kite expressed his pride in the upgraded facilities, stating, “I’m delighted that a day out in Central Park can now be easy and convenient for all residents. As a council, we are dedicated to making the borough accessible to everyone, and this is another step towards that goal.”

In addition to the new accessible toilets, the facilities next to the Buccaneer Bay play area in the park have also been refurbished. The previous facilities were closed last month and have now been replaced with stronger fittings that are easier to clean.

With these improvements, Central Park is now better equipped to provide a comfortable and inclusive experience for all visitors. So why not plan your next day out at Dartford’s Central Park and see the upgrades for yourself?

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