Comfort Scheme 2017-08-31T12:47:56+00:00
NANTWICH FOOD FESTIVAL COMFORT SCHEME FOR 2017

The following businesses and organisations have agreed to allow festival visitors to use their toilets.

In most cases this will be for the whole of the festival weekend; the exception is noted. ***

These businesses receive no payment for this; we thank them for their help and generosity.

Participating businesses and organisations will display the poster shown opposite.

Nantwich Town Council Comfort Scheme

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Participating businesses in the Nantwich Town Councils Comport Scheme will display this poster to show their inclusion.

Premises Location
Talbot Pub Oatmarket, next to Ice Cream Parlour
Chatwins Bread/Cake Shop High Street, next to Cheerbrook Marquee
Beerdock Swinemarket, near to Boots
Caffe Nero High Street, next to Johnsons Drycleaners
Boot and Shoe Pub Hospital Street, after number 13 on map
Foundations Lingerie Shop Hospital Street, opposite Church Lane
Nantwich Civic Hall

Market Street, next to Bus Station

*** Open Saturday & Sunday, cost 20p

Civic Hall is only open on the Saturday for 2 hrs 12.30—14.30 + on Sunday

We suggest that festival visitors thank the owners of the facilities when using them.

Premises Location
Piecemeal Cafe, Beam Street One male/one female toilet
The Wickstead Arms, Mill Street One male/one female toilet
Relish Deli, Church Lane One large unisex with disabled facilities / baby changing
The White Horse, Pillory Street One male/one female toilet
Aroma Cafe Bar, Hospital Street One male/one female toilet
McCormicks, Pepper Street Two unisex toilets plus baby changing facilities
Nantwich Museum. Pillory Street One unisex toilet plus one disabled toilet
Piecemeal Cafe, Beam Street One male/one female toilet
Cafe de Paris, Hospital Street One unisex toilet plus disabled toilet baby changing facilities
Costa, Church Lane One unisex toilet plus disabled toilet baby changing facilities
Pillory House, Pillory Street Two unisex toilets plus baby changing facilities
Premises Location
Shakespeare Pub Beam Street, almost opposite Bus Station. Both disabled and baby changing facilities
Talbot Pub Oatmarket, next to Ice cream Parlour
Chatwins High Street, next to Cheerbrook marquee
Beerdock Swinemarket, near to Boots
Caffe Nero High Street, next to Johnsons dry cleaners
Methodist Church Hospital Street; see number 13 on map
Boot and Shoe Pub Hospital Street,
Foundations Lingerie Shop Hospital Street, opposite Church Lane
Nantwich Civic Hall Market Street, next to Bus Station *** Open Saturday & Sunday, cost 20p
St Mary’s Church & Parish Rooms Number 2 on map. Toilets are available in the church and/or church hall over the weekend; we ask that visitors are respectful, and avoid disturbing church services and the Saturday afternoon wedding