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Dunstable Town Council Earns Roll of Honour and Period Dignity Award

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Rachel Connor

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February 27, 2024

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Building on the achievements of retaining a platinum award for Ashton Square toilets, Dunstable Town Council has secured a position in the Roll of Honour and maintains its esteemed status in the premier league for Local Authority Public Toilets.

The Roll of Honour serves as a testament to Dunstable Town Council’s unwavering commitment to providing the community with clean, accessible, and well-maintained public facilities.

For the first time, Dunstable Town Council has achieved a period dignity recognition award. The Council offers free period products, via an Aunt Flow sanitary dispenser located in the women’s toilets at Ashton Square.

The Council understands the importance of providing free-period products to enable equal access to menstrual hygiene products. This is why there is also an Aunt Flow free sanitary dispenser in Grove Corner – Youth and Community Centre.

Dunstable Town Mayor Cllr Liz Jones expressed her pride in the achievements: “We are delighted to receive this recognition which is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our Town Centre Manager, Town Rangers, and the entire team at Dunstable Town Council. We are particularly proud of the period dignity award, as it reflects our dedication to supporting our community.”

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