Whin Park Public Toilets in Inverness Closed Due to Vandalism

Whin Park's public toilets in Inverness have been temporarily shut down after they were set on fire, rendering them unfit for use. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service responded to the incident on Friday, October 20, around 4.10pm and managed to extinguish the fire by 4.28pm. The damage caused by the fire has led to the closure of the facilities. A spokesperson for the Highland Council expressed disappointment over the vandalism, stating that due to the fire damage and the site being currently unfit for use, they had no choice but to close the public convenience. The council has also informed Police Scotland about the incident.