St Asaph Cathedral becomes first in the country to have purpose-built gender-neutral toilets

Jan 19, 2018 by

by John Lucas, The Sun:

A CATHEDRAL has become the first in Britain to have purpose-built gender-neutral toilets.

Seven cubicles with floor-to-ceiling doors have been installed along with a mixed-sex communal wash area.

The £300,000 revamp has taken place at 1,400-year-old St Asaph Cathedral in Denbighshire, North Wales.

Dean, the Very Reverend Nigel Williams, said: “The cathedral is delighted to be leading the way in inclusive, accessible facilities for all visitors.

“We’ve already had lots of positive feedback.”

The building is believed to be Britain‘s smallest Anglican cathedral.

The diocese was the first in the UK to launch a dedicated chaplaincy for the LGBT community.

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