Work in progress

Work in progress

Work has just finished on a refurbishment of the gents toilets and a redecoration in the catering area. The gents had retained its original stainless steel basin and urinal for the last 25 years and was in desperate need of change. The catering area gets a more regular decoration to keep it up to with the relevant food hygiene regulations. 

New fittings

New fittings

The kiosk was built on top of Butser Hill in 1985. The style was influenced by the surrounding Scheduled Ancient Monument, which protects Iron and Bronze age archeology, and the building contains a set of toilets, and a catering facility which is open daily through the summer season, and at weekends thereafter.
Butser kiosk

Butser kiosk

Butser Hill, the highest point on the South Downs, is a part of the Queen Elizabeth Country Park and has its own car park open daily from 8.00am through to 8.00pm.

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