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Loo of the Year Awards

Every year the Loo of the Year Awards judge public toilets across the country. Motorway services used to be a major part of in this, although from 2003 to 2005 only Moto took part. In 2006 both Moto and Welcome Break took part, but in 2007 and 2008 only Welcome Break and one Moto site did, and in 2009 Lancaster and Tebay were the only entrants in the motorway services category.

In 1992 Fleet was chosen as the best public toilets overall.

The results for each service area are displayed on that services' page, a brief overview can be found below. Every year the The Green Welly Stop in Tyndrum has come top in the Scottish roadside facilities category.

Category Winners[edit]

2005[edit]

England: Cherwell Valley
Scotland: Kinross
Wales: Swansea

Moto was chosen as the National UK Loo Of The Year award winner. Moto and Welcome Break both won Standards of Excellence awards, and were members of the 100+ points club and the 50% club.

2006[edit]

England: Frankley
Scotland: Stirling
Wales: Swansea

Moto also won a Standards of Excellence award, came top in the Corporate Provider category and, in an unrelated competition, won the Tommy's Parent Friendly Loo Award. Welcome Break also won a Standards of Excellence award.

2007[edit]

England: South Mimms
Scotland: none
Wales: none

2008[edit]

England: Oxford
Scotland: Abington
Wales: Cardiff Gate

The J38 Truckstop came top in the English roadside facilities category and Welcome Break won a Standards of Excellence award.

2009[edit]

England: Tebay
Scotland: none
Wales: none

2010[edit]

England: Baldock
Scotland: none
Wales: none

Symonds Yat came top in the English roadside facilities category.

2011[edit]

England: Tebay
Scotland: none
Wales: none

Tebay was the only motorway service area to enter! Kettering West came top in the English roadside facilities category.

2012[edit]

England: Cherwell Valley
Scotland: none
Wales: none

2013[edit]

England: Cambridge
Scotland: none
Wales: none

Again only one entrant this year.

2014[edit]

England: Beaconsfield
Scotland: none
Wales: none

Links[edit]

Loo of the Year Awards website

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