Your article regarding the importance of public toilets [Disability Today, March 18] prompts a reply to your paper. Every toilet for the disabled I have used is much too low, obviously designed by a member of the male population. A rail is also needed to be placed around the seat to help users to their feet.
It may amuse some simple-minded people, but recently I couldn’t get to my feet and had to call for help.
Mrs I Mauldon
Bramble Drive, Hailsham
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