No soap in public loos—despite swine flu alert
Dear Ed, I VISITED Victoria Park and had a refreshing walk around the lake where baby ducklings were being fed by passers-by. But when I popped into the public toilets, I noticed in this time of swine flu a lack of soap!
I VISITED Victoria Park and had a refreshing walk around the lake where people where people ran, walked their dogs, cycled, while baby ducklings being fed by passers-by.
I stopped for a hot chocolate at the caf� by the lake where the person serving was friendly.
But when I popped into the public toilets afterwards, I noticed a lack of soap!
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In this time of swine-flu, there should be at least one bar of soap provided for public use.
Next time I will have to take my own supplies. But surely Tower Hamlets council can afford a few bars of soap?
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