See how this public toilet in Nottinghamshire has been transformed into a takeaway kiosk

See how this public toilet in Nottinghamshire has been transformed into a takeaway kiosk
 

It's not a bog standard takeaway. Passers-by in Carlton can now buy a bacon cob or a cake from a former public toilet.
The disused loo, on the corner of Carlton Hill and Albert Avenue has been transformed into a spanking new takeaway kiosk, with no hint of its former identity apart from a street sign marked 'Toilet'.
Measuring no more than 9ft by 6ft, it's a tight space but Abby Moisey is confident her new business won't go down the pan.
Her menu is based around freshly cooked breakfast cobs or breakfast in a tray, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, waffles, cakes, snacks and drinks.
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18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
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