MALVERN Hills District Council has been flushed with success after recording its best ever results in the ‘Loo of the Year’ awards, writes Ryan Smith.
Every one of the council’s eight public conveniences were awarded at least a silver grading, with six golds handed out as well.
The Market Street toilets in Tenbury scored highest, earning the prestigious platinum prize.
Malvern has now moved up to 11th place place in the Loo of the Year Local Authority Premier League Table, their highest position in the ten years it has entered in the competition.
The council also won a place on the Loo of the Year Roll of Honour, with members of the streets and amenities team becoming first time winners of Washroom Cleaner of the Year.
Coun Bronwen Behan, responsible for the environment on Malvern Hills District Council, said: “Residents and visitors to the Malvern can feel confident when they need to use any of our public loos to answer the call of nature, they will be treated to a premier league experience.”