Thanks to the sterling efforts of Councillor Kayleigh Brooks, the toilet block is to be re-opened, albeit, not before this Summer. In the meantime, it’s likely that portaloos will be placed on the Moor, but these will only be a temporary measure.
Even though Woodhouse Moor is the most intensively used park in Leeds, it currently has no accessible toilets. By comparison, parks in more affluent areas are well provided with toilets. Information supplied by Leeds City Council shows that there are accessible toilets in other Leeds parks as follows:
Roundhay Park – 3 locations
Temple Newsam – 3 locations
Lotherton Hall – 2 locations
Golden Acre Park – 2 locations
Middleton Park – 1 location
The Arium – 1 location
Over 1,100 people have now signed a petition asking for the toilet block to be re-opened. Now at last, that goal is in sight. Hats off to Councillor Brooks!