VANDALISM to public toilets in Anglesey has caused the facility to be closed until repairs are carried out.

The men’s toilets next to Menai Bridge library was found to have been badly damaged by a cleaner on Saturday evening, with litter left across the floor and a wash basin having been taken apart and destroyed.

Isle of Anglesey County Council encouraged anyone with further information about the incident to contact them or North Wales Police.

Cleaner Michelle Williams posted on Facebook on Sunday: “Sorry for the inconvenience but this is the way I found them last night. Just no need for this; absolutely disgusting.”

An Isle of Anglesey County Council spokesperson said: “We condemn this wanton act of vandalism on a valuable community resource; and would urge anyone with information about the culprits to contact the County Council or North Wales Police.

“We are currently assessing the damage and hope that repairs can be made as soon as possible.

“The men’s toilets in Menai Bridge will now be closed until further notice.”

Councillor Robin Wyn Williams, of the Aethwy ward in which the Menai Bridge public toilets are situated, added: "This is nothing but an act of senseless vandalism which is going to cause a huge inconvenience to individuals who rely on the provision of public toilets, including some of our key workers.

"It also diverts valuable resources, which will now be required to carry out repairs to enable the toilets to be reopened.

"Someone in the community will know who carried out this senseless act, and I would urge them to come forward with any relevant information."

Isle of Anglesey County Council provides 14 public toilets, but only four of them, including the Menai Bridge facilities, are usually open throughout the entire year.

The other three are found in Holyhead, Amlwch and Llangefni, with nine of the remaining 10 only open between March 15 and September 30.

The other, situated in Trearddur Bay car park, is available for use from March 15 until October 31.