Public toilet facilities that are open include:
- Dee Lane, West Kirby
- Meols Parade Gardens, Hoylake
- Leasowe Common- junction of Pasture Road/Leasowe, Moreton
- Harrison Drive, New Brighton
The following toilets remain closed:
- Changing places facility, New Brighton
- Moreton Cross
- New Ferry
- Thornton Hough
- West Kirby Concourse
All toilets have disabled facilities which are available during opening hours. There is now a charge of 30p for the use of a number of public toilets.
Floral Pavilion Theatre, Marine Promenade, New Brighton, CH45 2JS.
Harrison Drive, New Brighton, Wirral, CH45 3HL. (Approaching from Harrison Drive on the right hand side just before the roundabout leading to the promenade).
Demolished site at Rowson Street replaced by privately run public toilets located within the Neptune Development opposite the Travelodge Hotel.
Corner of Pasture Road and Leasowe Road, Moreton CH46 8ST.
Behind the car park of the Coach and Horses public house, Moreton Cross, Garden Lane, Moreton, CH46 7TH.
On the corner at the end of Meols Parade opposite the slipway to Bennets Lane, Meols Parade, Meols, Wirral, CH47 7AU.
Next to the bowling green, Meols Parade Gardens, Meols Parade, Hoylake, Wirral, CH47 3AH.
Next to West Kirby Marine Lake in the same building as the sailing school, Dee Lane, West Kirby, Wirral, CH48 0QA. There is a 30p charge per visit at this facility.
Next to West Kirby train station and opposite the Concourse Leisure Centre, Grange Road, West Kirby, Wirral, CH48 7RY.
Next to Thornton Green playing fields, Thornton Common Road, Thornton Hough, Wirral, CH63 0LU.
Next to New Ferry shopping centre main car park, Woodhead Street, New Ferry, Wirral, CH62 5ER.
September to March: Generally 9am to 4:30pm
April to August: closing times for coastal sites are extended to 5.30pm
Exceptional circumstances and extremely busy times of the year across Wirral may mean that some sites have to be opened later and closed earlier than the times stated.
Alternative facilities across the borough
Wirral Council will allow the public to use toilets that are located in freely accessible public areas in council buildings. Wirral Council buildings include:
- leisure centres
- One Stop Shops
- information centres in various parks