Many people used the toilets at John Lewis while out shopping

Where are Peterborough city centre’s public toilets located after John Lewis closure?

While the economic effects of the closure of Peterborough’s John Lewis - both for the city and the hundreds of workers - have been the main priority for the city since the announcement John Lewis in Queensgate would be closing, another important issue has been on the minds of some shoppers.

By Stephen Briggs
Tuesday, 30th March 2021, 9:00 am
Updated Tuesday, 30th March 2021, 12:02 pm

Along with browsing and shopping for goods in the department store, many city centre visitors would stop off and use the toilets in John Lewis - an option no longer open to them, as the shop will not open as lockdown measures are eased.

In Peterborough city centre, there is only one council run toilet left still open, and with many pubs, cafes and restaurants only allowing customers to use the facilities, where are the remaining toilets for city centre shoppers to use when shops re-open next month?

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