LOOS TO CHOOSE IN NORFOLK
NORWICH CASTLE has four-berth Norman toilets tucked within its thick outer walls, and helpfully sited so that doing one’s business did not need to interrupt any other business, and waste matter was conveniently expelled to ditches below. HOLKHAM HALL Communal toilets were still the height of sophistication when Holkham Hall was built seven centuries later. It had double toilets installed just off the main dining hall. THE WEE HOUSE, Sheringham, is a beautiful sea-front bed and breakfast, convenient for the beach and town, converted from the town’s former public conveniences. A disused 98-year-old urinal in NORWICH is a listed building. The oldest prefabricated concrete urinal in the UK stands on St Crispin’s Road, now part of the inner ring road.
STATION, near Sheringham, the reconstructed and restored Edwardian toilets won an award from the National Railway Association.