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13 November 2019

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Help us spread the word about Changing Places toilets

   

The Changing Places team were delighted to attend the Learning Disability Today event in Islington on the 8th December 2010.
We hosted a space at the event with consortium members Valuing People Now and spent a busy day promoting Changing Places toilets across the UK.

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Northamptonshire County Council held the first Regional Changing Places event in the  Midlands region on the 22nd September 2010.

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We are delighted to announce that following discussions between the Changing Places consortium and the UK's largest motorway services operator Moto Hospitality Ltd, a Changing Places toilet based on current standards is included in the rebuilding programme for Cherwell Valley Services amenity building.

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The Changing Places team will be attending the "Loo of the Year" Awards Event on Friday 3rd December at the Chesford Grange  Hotel, Kenilworth
 

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V Festival organisers have continued to make their musical event accessible by continuing to support the Changing Places campaign and installed a Changing Places toilet facilities at both of their festival sites for 2010’s festival.

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Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson led the opening of Middlesbrough's first for Middlesbrough a Changing Places toilet, marking the culmination of several years of campaigning by groups around the town.

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As part of the recent refurbishment, George Best Belfast City Airport have introduced a Changing Places toilet, making them the first airport in the UK to publicly support the Changing Places campaign.

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 Member organisations of the Changing Places Consortium have petitioned decision makers in Westminster and Holyrood to change building regulations to make Changing Places toilets compulsory in big public places.

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 The Changing Places consortium has recently put forward Early Day Motion (EDM) 1713, a parliamentary tool that allows MPs to show support for issues they care about that will bring Changing Places toilet towards the top of the political agenda.

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Local campaigners in Lancashire have been helping to change lives by presenting their petition for more Changing Places toilets to MPs in Ribble Valley.The Preston and District Changing Places group, led by Rosemary McLean gathered almost 200 signatures during Learning Disability Week and is calling on the local authority to install more fully accessible toilets in the region.

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