Two Toilets Twinned at St Albans Museum and Gallery

Following Soroptimist International St Albans and District World Toilet Day event last year (please see the web page for more about it www.sigbi.org/st-albans/2018/toilet18/ ) we have been able to present St Albans Museum and Gallery with another Toilet Twinning certificate so now both of the ground floor toilets have been twinned – one is twinned with Afghanistan and the other with Zambia.

Caroline Eldred, Trustee of St Albans Museum and Gallery is pictured here in one of the loos receiving the Toilet Twinning Certicates from Soroptimist Communications Officer Jane Slatter on her left and Past Club President Rita Andrews on her right.

NB: we did get some funny looks having our picture taken in the loo – and we had to move out of the way a few times – these loos are very popular!

Thanks to the Herts Advertiser for running our story: www.hertsad.co.uk/news/st-albans-museum-gallery-toilets-twinned-with-loos-in-afghanistan-and-zambia-1-5894359

We are planning quite a few more Twinned Toilets in St Albans in the coming year so watch this space!

THE TOILET TWINNING CHARITY IS A WATER AND SANITATION INITIATIVE – FLUSHING AWAY POVERTY, ONE TOILET AT A TIME