The vandalism, which was discovered late on Saturday afternoon, includes cubicle doors pulled off their hinges, a broken toilet roll dispenser, wall and skirting tiles smashed, a wash hand basin ripped out, damage to pipework and urinal cistern and a dent in the storage heater. There was also blood on walls, floors, cubicles and in the toilet pan.
The damage has been reported to the police and anyone who may have seen or heard anything, or who has information about the attack, is asked to contact them.
Cllr Rob Pritchard, Tamworth Borough Council Deputy Leader, said, “Unfortunately due to vandalism of the Castle Grounds toilets on Saturday, we had to close them for urgent repair work and they were not open on Sunday.
“The damage was substantial and I would urge anyone who knows anything about those who caused the damage to please inform the police.”
The toilets in the Castle Grounds are currently only open at weekends, but from Easter, they are due to revert to their summer opening hours of 1pm to 5pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday.
Anyone with information on the vandal attack is asked to call the Police non-emergency number 101.