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Public Toilets

Fife Council operates 30 public conveniences throughout Fife.

Here is a list of all public toilets in Fife.

Six of these are attended facilities which are located in the larger towns of Burntisland, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Anstruther, Cupar and St. Andrews.  A 30p admission charge is made.

We lease five Automatic Public Conveniences (APCs) which are located in North Queensferry, Kinghorn, Rosyth and two in Dunfermline. There is also a 30p charge to use these facilities.

The remaining 21 toilets are unattended. They are located in smaller settlements and are free to use.

For access to public disabled toilets and radar keys, click here.