Public Toilets

Public Toilets

At some time, everybody needs public toilets. It’s a fact of life. Visit Fylde Coast is setting out to create a comprehensive list of where the public toilets are, so you can plan your visit. This page is a work in progress, please bear with us!

Some people need public toilets more than others, some think they’re a hilarious joke. Obviously they’ve not got a medical reason to need them.

You might have a toddler in tow, or simply drink a lot of water (which we all should). Whatever the reason, we’re on the look-out for public toilets to add to this list. Please let us know if you know of any more –

  • Coin operated public toilets. They’re mostly single-cubicle Danfo ones here on the Fylde coast.
  • Toilets that the public can use in local businesses
  • Accessible (disabled) toilets
  • Changing Places toilets – with facilities to change disabled adults.
    There’s a handy finder for Changing Places facilities across the UK here

Public Toilets in Fleetwood

Public toilets in Fleetwood are operated by Danfo on behalf of Wyre Council. They’re single self-contained cubicles operated by a coin slot. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141.

Find them in the following locations:

  • At the seaward end of Beach Road, postcode FY7 8PH. Adjacent to the cemetery, near to the Sea Cadets roundabout.
  • Bold Street, FY7 6HW
  • Adjacent to the Marine Hall, just off The Esplanade, FY7 6HF. Find them between the Marine Hall and YMCA, near to the beach.
  • Fleetwood Memorial Park, FY7 7AE
  • Preston Street, FY7 6JA
  • At Rossall Point, on the outer promenade, at the right of Rossall Tower.

Public Toilets in Cleveleys

Public toilets in Cleveleys are operated by Danfo on behalf of Wyre Council. They’re single self-contained cubicles operated by a coin slot. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141.

Find them in the following locations:

  • At Cleveleys Bus Station, FY5 1BW. Not far from the beach and just off the main shopping street.
  • Town centre toilets at Rough Lea Road, postcode FY5 1BW. These are the ones in the car park just behind Home Bargains/Tesco (soon to be Iceland).
  • Cleveleys seafront at Cafe Cove, near the children’s splash area. Opposite Jubilee Gardens and The Venue.
  • At North Drive, FY5 2QD. These public toilets serve the Northfold School area, park and nearby shops.
  • Thornton Shopping Precinct, Victoria Road East, FY5 5DX
  • Wyre Estuary Country Park, River Road, Thornton, FY5 5LR

Public Toilets in Blackpool

Coin Operated Public Toilets

Blackpool Council provides 16 public toilets in partnership with Danfo UK. Each facility contains an accessible toilet, operated by a NKS (RADAR) key. All toilets are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Baby changing facilities are available at all locations. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141.

Here’s a handy map of public toilets operated by Blackpool Council

Public toilets in Blackpool
  • Central Car Park next to the coach station, opposite Coral Island
  • Central Gateway near to Bloomfield Road Car Park
  • Victoria Street outside Harry Ramsden’s fish and chips/near Blackpool Tower
  • Cocker Square car park – just north of the Metropole Hotel
  • Gynn Square, on the sea side of the tramway, across from the big roundabout

Heading North to Bispham, in the direction of Cleveleys:

  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin
  • Little Bispham
  • Bispham Tram Station
  • Bispham Village – go right along Red Bank Road past Sainsbury’s to where the shops are
  • Layton Square

Heading South through Blackpool town centre, in the direction of St Annes:

  • Bethesda Square – on the A5099 main road
  • Lonsdale Road – off Seasiders Way at the northern end of the car park, opposite the big front entrance to Blackpool Football Club
  • Lytham Road
  • Highfield Road
  • Harrowside, adjacent to the Solaris Centre near the Mirror Ball
  • Starr Gate at the seafront near to the Tram Depot

Changing Places Toilets in Blackpool

Number One Bickerstaffe Square, Talbot Road, Blackpool, FY1 3AH

Blackpool Centre for Indepent Living, 259 Whitegate Drive, Blackpool, FY3 9JL

Debenhams, Houndshill Centre, Blackpool, FY1 4HU

Blackpool Tower, The Promenade, Blackpool, FY1 4BJ

Public Toilets in Poulton

Public toilets in Poulton are operated by Danfo on behalf of Wyre Council. They’re single self-contained cubicles operated by a coin slot. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141.

Find them in the following locations:

  • Poulton United Reformed Church, 2a Chester Avenue, FY6 7RY
  • Teanlowe Shopping Centre, FY6 7DF. Find these public toilets adjacent to Booths supermarket, next to the big Teanlowe car park.
  • And Over Wyre (which is included in Visit Poulton information). The Ferry Toilets at Bourne May Road, Knott End, FY6 0AB

Public Toilets in St Annes

Public toilets in St Annes are operated by Danfo on behalf of Fylde Council. They’re single self-contained cubicles operated by a coin slot. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141.

  • In the town centre. Next to the Railway Station at St Anne’s Road West
  • At the fisherman Monument to the Mexico Disaster, South Promenade, near to the paddling pool.
  • North Promenade car park, just past St Annes Pier
  • In Ashton Gardens, at St Georges Road
  • Near Beach Terrace, Fairhaven Road
  • Stanner Bank, Fairhaven Marine Park
  • Fairhaven Marine Park Café

Public Toilets in Lytham

Public toilets in St Annes are operated by Danfo on behalf of Fylde Council. They’re single self-contained cubicles operated by a coin slot. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141.

  • In the town centre at Pleasant Street Car Park. At North Clifton Street. Go through Clifton Arcade to access it from Clifton Street.
  • At Lowther Gardens, West Beach
  • East Beach, not far from the windmill on Lytham Green

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