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Appeal: Permanent toilet block for charity events ‘inappropriate’

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Organisers may have to pay £1,800 to hire temporary toilets for future charity events at a rural location in Flintshire, North Wales, after an inspector ruled that a permanent toilet block constituted inappropriate countryside development.

The site is described as “an agricultural parcel of land of around two hectares”, in countryside south-west of Nercwys, Flintshire. An agricultural building was granted planning permission in 2012. Since then the site and building have been used for a number of events, including a live music festival that raised £5,000 for local charities. 

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