A pensioner who held a protest about the closure of public toilets in Bath has now handed over a petition containing two and half thousand signatures.
Lin Patterson spent three days living and sleeping in the toilets at Twerton to convince the council to keep them open. She says they are a vital public resource.
Rebecca Broxton reports:
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