Businesses in Derbyshire are being offered more than £700 to open up their toilets to the public in a move to cut costs.
Amber Valley Borough Council first tried the scheme in 2009 but had to shelve it after a lack of participants.
Two businesses have signed up in Somercotes and it has been running “successfully” since 1 December.
The council said its 14 sets of public toilets cost about £50,000 to maintain and operate each year.Follow @csabian
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