There are several public conveniences throughout Shrewsbury town centre, including at Abbey Foregate car & coach park, in the Quarry Park, Chester Street, and at Hills Lane opposite Rowley's House. There are also toilets in both Pride Hill and Darwin shopping centres and the indoor Market Hall subject to opening hours.
Shrewsbury also has the the country’s first publicly funded disabled changing places facility on Butcher Row, in the heart of the town centre. It contains male, female and disabled facilities, along with a baby changing area, all at ground level. There is also a map of the town on the outside of the building.
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