If you are a resident or frequent visitor to Cardiff, the Council wants you to fill out a survey.
It may seem like it’s scraping the bottom of the bowl a bit, but it’s actually about public toilets.
Probably Cardiff’s most famous public toilet is the Hayes Island underground facilities, opened in 1898 and designed by the right honourable Thomas Crapper, probably the Victorians’ best known engineer.
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#LookUp The Hayes Island Snack Bar, and the Victorian toilets underneath, is actually one of the most storied parts of Cardiff. The Hayes was long a place for dockers to meet and discuss politics. Meanwhile the toilets underneath were designed and built by that most famous of Victorian engineers, Thomas Crapper! They were opened in 1898 and in 2014 the Snack Bar took over ownership of them. How often do you sit on a porcelain throne inscribed with "The Venerable…"? #Cardiff #History #TheCardiffStory #CardiffHistory #CardiffYouthHistory #Knowyourcity #CardiffCity #HayesIsland #CardiffLibrary #Toiletspotting
Meanwhile in Canton, a former public toilet has been converted into the trendy Bloc cafe.