Chichester’s Little London toilets won two top prizes in the Loo of the Year Awards.
The toilets were awarded a platinum star rating by inspectors – the highest award possible.
The site’s attendant, Lorraine Smith, also won Attendant of the Year Award for delivering an excellent service.
Councillor Roger Barrow, cabinet member for the environment at Chichester District Council said: ‘It is great that our toilets have been recognised in this way.
‘The Little London toilets are centrally located in the city and are used by around 220,000 people every year.
‘This high standard can’t be achieved without the excellent attendants, from our contractor Wettons.
‘They work at the site six days a week and a mobile crew cleans the facilities on Sundays.
‘In particular, we’d like to say a big thank you to the main attendant, Lorraine Smith, who was also recognised by the judges as the Attendant of the Year.
‘Lorraine not only does a fantastic job, but she also goes above and beyond – and has even helped to save lives by helping with a number of emergency situations.’
The toilets were assessed against 100 judging criteria on an unannounced visit.
These including signage and décor, fixtures and fittings and overall standards of cleanliness and management.
Clive Robinson, area director for Wettons, said: ‘We are delighted with the results of platinum award for Little London and an Attendant of the Year Award for Lorraine, who works tirelessly to maintain her site.’