The toilets at Marsh Baptist Church had been in place since 1965. They have now changed from dated and dilapidated to delightful, thanks to Funds of £17,000 raised by Marsh Baptist Church, including one of £5000 from Marsh and Micklefield lottery funds, along with several private contributions.
The project, which was undertaken by C.M.B. Building Services, took about four weeks to complete and now the church boasts not only a fresh and shiny Ladies and Gents but also a new disabled toilet that has been furnished with a baby changing station. It also has a fire door for extra safety.
The disabled toilet was cleverly installed into the church’s former boiler room, giving it a whole new purpose as well as a clean, new look.
“Mums love the baby changing station. The radiators will keep the toilets warmer in the cold weather, and the toilets are now more attractive, more hygienic and beneficial to people of all ages and abilities.”