Guide to Woking's Town Centre loos!
There's nothing worse than being caught short - well, actually there is... it's when your toddler is caught short....
Anyhow... there are loos out there but you have to know where to look.
The Peacock Centre has great facilities on the bottom floor by the food courts but where else?
"Hidden" loos include Toys R Us (at the back by the lego), Costa Coffee and Debenhams (Upper concourse level).
Public facilities are also available in Wolsey Place, Victoria Way and Heathside car parks, Locke Way (by Dukes Court) and Market Square (opposite the old Post Office).
Aside from loos in pubs and fast food restaurants, you'll also find them in the HG Wells Centre (1st floor), The Big Apple and The New Victoria theatre.
Keep looking (and asking) and you'll find them!
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Chobham Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 4AA
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5 Chobham Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 6HX
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51-57 Chertsey Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 5AJ
cmh4135 wrote on 26-09-2008 “Wetherspoons know what they're doing. They attract the OAPs by day and the youth by night. At weekends they attract shoppers and then drinkers. Woking's offering is no different. Cheap beers and spirits, reasonable food and a large bar area in which to consume the two. There's a bit of a...” more...
The Peacocks Centre, Woking, Surrey GU21 6GQ
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Unit54 The Peacocks Centre, Woking, Surrey GU21 6GD
cmh4135 wrote on 26-09-2008 “Costa in Woking has to be one of my favourite coffee shops in the area. Staff are efficient and pleasant. The food is always well stocked and served at the correct temperatures. The coffees are great and although you'll be asked whether you want to "go large" there's no real push. There are...” more...
Church St West, Woking, Surrey GU21 6HD
cmh4135 wrote on 30-09-2008 “Toys R Us in Woking is possibly one reason you might travel to the town for shopping. It's a large store and well stocked with most products. Staff are generally very helpful, particularly in the bike section and the technology section. Staff in the Babies R US section will help you fit car...” more...
The Peacock Centre, Woking, Surrey GU21 6GE
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