The following public convenience facilities are now available for use:

Bexhill

  • Promenade Channel View East – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • East Parade promenade – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • West Parade promenade – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Devonshire Square – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Egerton Park – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Cooden Beach – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Little Common roundabout – fully open (Men, women and disabled)

Rye

  • Gun Garden – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Station Approach – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Lucknow Place – fully open (Men, women and disabled)
  • Rye Harbour – fully open (Men, women and disabled)

Battle

  • Battle Market – fully open (Men, women and disabled)

Robertsbridge

  • Robertsbridge car park – fully open (Men, women and disabled)

Disabled toilets only – open for all to use (not just disabled people) at:

  • Battle – Mount Street Car Park
  • Winchelsea Beach
  • Normans Bay
  • Pett Level

Camber Sands

All toilets are open at Camber Central car park and Camber Western car park. Restricted numbers will be able to use facilities – 3 in ladies’ and 2 in men’s, with disabled facilities open to all as detailed above. They will be open from 10.00am to 6.00pm.

Please expect long queues on busier days as entry is strictly monitored to support COVID-19 guidelines.


A full list of our public conveniences can be found below titled Public Convenience Locations.

From time to time, vandalism, abuse or inappropriate use of facilities can occur in public toilets. If you see or witness any vandal damage or abuse, or have any information regarding any incidents, please call 01424 787000. Calls will be treated in the strictest confidence. Alternatively call the Police on 0845 60 70 999. Your help in keeping our toilets in an acceptable condition is much valued and appreciated. Thank you.

For any other enquiries please call 01424 787000.


Disabled Facilities

Facilities for the disabled can be accessed using a RADAR key.

RADAR (The Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation) coordinates the National Key Scheme for public toilets for disabled people.

Please click the button below to access our list of Accessible facilities within the Bexhill area.