Portable Toilets for Fairs And Fetes
Do you have a fair or fete that is coming soon, yet you haven’t figure out where you will get your portable toilets?
Our knowledgeable team can help you figure out all of these small details. We can help you plan your event by helping you calculate the number of portable toilets required for your fair or fete.
Luxury Toilet Hire can help you with portable toilets for fairs and events throughout West Sussex.
Portable toilet or Luxury Loo?
It doesn’t matter if you just want a basic portable toilet, or a luxury toilet, disability toilets or portable showers. We can help you figure out what you want and how to get it, best suited to your budget.
We also provide portable hand washing stations (equipped with hot water) for use of your event. There is no need to sacrifice hygiene and cleanliness, particularly with food preparation, just because your event isn’t located at a building.
Our wash stations are especially handy for when you are in a location that doesn’t have direct access to water mains.
We can provide portable toilets or luxury loos for any of the following fairs or fetes.
- School Fairs
- Music Festival
- Open Days
- Christmas Fairs
- Fundraising Events
- Church Fetes
- Food Markets
- May Day Celebrations
- Trade Shows
- Baby Fair
- Fun Fair
- Beer Festival
- Book Fair
- Village Fete
Event organizing, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant or unimportant it is, is always stressful. Taking the time to slow it down and make a list of necessities is the first step in lessening stress.
For starters, there are some things you might want to consider when it comes to your loo or shower, that might make it easier to decide what you are looking for:
- know how many guests are coming to your event, because that determines how many toilets you will need to hireIf you are unsure of the standards, go to the British Standards to see what they suggest for various party sizes.
- will alcohol be served?-is this a family friendly event?
The type of event determines the main purpose of the toilets, as well as the quantity and quality of the toilets.
Have you thought about access, location, security, signage, power, water supply, lighting, or toilet type? Generally, one has to consider you need at least one disabled friendly toilet per 2,000 people if the event is public and ticketed to just brush compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act.
If you are putting on a private event, legally you are not obliged to rent one out, but you should consider the individual needs of your guests.