What a relief … for walkers and workers, for volunteers and visitors, if you feel like you’ve been waiting a long time the good news is, it’s finally arrived! An eco-friendly composting toilet has been installed at the Wooston hillfort car park at the top of Fingle Woods. Two cosy cubicles for rest and relaxation, smartly clad in local larch timber are waiting for you to pay a visit.
The Devon-built twin-bay Thunderbox has been suitably equipped with all the mod cons you might expect from a woodland convenience, depending on how long you stay. You can spend a penny while you enjoy the natural fragrance of the vase of flowers or, if you plan to linger a little longer, a more restful wait will fly by as a magazine is available for you to catch up on the latest news from the National Trust.
The design of the Thunderbox is becoming more and more popular in outdoor locations around the country and now you can join the queue. Find out more about the environmentally friendly credentials of the Thunderbox at www.thunderboxes2go.co.uk
This blog on the bog is brought to you by Matt Parkins and the unsanitised views expressed are not necessarily the views of the Woodland Trust and the National Trust