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The Camping and Caravanning Club has done very well in the 2010 Loo of the Year Awards.

The scarcely believable awards are run independently by the British Toilet Association and seek to "…encourage the highest possible standards in all types of ‘away from home’ toilets throughout the UK."

The Camping and Caravanning Club has done very well in the 2010 Loo of the Year Awards.

 

The scarcely believable awards are run independently by the British Toilet Association and seek to "…encourage the highest possible standards in all types of ‘away from home’ toilets throughout the UK."

 

Happily for Club members, 19 sites won top marks for their toilet facilities. The sites with the tastiest toilets are:

 

Barnard Castle
Chertsey
Chichester
Dunbar
Folkestone
Glencoe
Kessingland
Milarrochy Bay
Sailsbury
Sandringham
Scarborough
Scone
West Runton
Cheddar
Hereford
Polstead
Skye
Charmouth
Dartmouth

Additionally, Eskdale and Ravenglass Club Sites also achieved commendable four-star grades.

 

Bob Hill, the Club’s Sites Director, was impressed by the results. “It’s encouraging to see so many of our sites achieving five-stars," he said. "This number will only increase as our £29 million site development, improvement and upgrade programme continues to further enhance our facilities.”

 

The overall winner from all the UK's list of five-star facilities will be announced at the National Loo of the Awards 2010 on December 3, presented by TV comedian Les Dennis.

 

If you ever wondered what makes an award winning toilet, head to the awards website to find out more.

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