Calls for permanent toilet facilities to be built at Drumcliffe Cemetery

The installation of a portaloo at Drumcliffe Cemetery car park has been welcomed by a local Councillor however he is calling for a permanent structure to be built.

Sinn Fein Councillor, Thomas Healy says the burial ground is a major tourist attraction in the area housing the remains of WB Yeats as well as having a Round Tower attracting over 10,000 visitors annually.

Councillor Healy says the current toilet is lacking in basic features such as wheelchair accessibility or baby changing rooms.

Speaking to OceanFM News, he says Sligo County Council are to carry out a feasibility study in the area.