Toilets will be available for the public to use, free of charge and without obligation to purchase goods or a service, during each building’s normal operating hours.
Opening hours and addresses for participants are available on Moray Council’s website.
The Scottish Dolphin Centre in Spey Bay is one of the businesses signed up to the scheme.
Visitor Centre Manager, Lisa Farley, said: “The Scottish Dolphin Centre is happy to be part of Moray Council’s Comfort Scheme, providing clean, safe and accessible public toilets with wheelchair access and baby changing facilities to residents and visitors of Spey Bay.”
Chair of Moray Council’s Economic Development & Infrastructure, Cllr Graham Leadbitter, welcomed the participating businesses on board.
“It’s great to see members of the business community working in partnership with Moray Council to provide valuable comfort facilities for residents and visitors to the area.”
Comfort scheme venues:
Aberlour Hotel; Aberlour Library
Moray Reach Out; Buckie Swimming Pool; Buckie Library; Time Restaurant
Royal Hotel, Beaver Travel; Moray Council Annexe; Elgin Library; Elgin Community Centre
Forres House Community Centre, Forres swimming pool
Ugie House Hotel; Keith Community Centre/swimming pool, Keith Library, Keith Resource Centre
Stotfield Hotel; Outfit Moray; Lossiemouth Library; Lossiemouth Community Centre
WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre