BABY changing facilities in around 15 public toilets across North Devon are to be revamped this summer. New sturdy steel bases will replace the existing facilities. All of the council-run public toilet blocks in North Devon have at least one baby-changing

BABY changing facilities in around 15 public toilets across North Devon are to be revamped this summer.New sturdy steel bases will replace the existing facilities.All of the council-run public toilet blocks in North Devon have at least one baby-changing table already installed. The council has already trialled the new, more resilient units in toilets in Ilfracombe and is now preparing to roll them out across the district.The council's lead member for waste and recycling, Cllr Rodney Cann, said: "The provision of baby changing tables has proved to be a very popular and useful feature in our new generation of toilets. "Unfortunately a number of tables have been broken or in some cases vandalised. This new improved design will be more robust and more convenient for parents to use."The upgrade should take between two to three days and is scheduled to be completed by the end of August. Toilet blocks next to popular beaches will be the first to be revamped.