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20 April 2018

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We are saddened to announce the passing of Sir William Lawerence Bt. OBE.
Among his many roles supporting people with disabilities, Sir William was Honorary President of the British Toilet Association and the chairman of the Changing Places charter group working with the government to increase the amount of toilets across the UK for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

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A message from Euan: Despite being in a wheelchair due to Motor Neurone Disease, I still want to go out to bars, restaurants, hotels, cinemas, music festivals, sports grounds etc.

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Over the next few weeks we will be introducing our guest speakers at the Changing Places Conference in Chesterfield. Today we begin with our friends at Accessible Derbyshire.

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Whether a new or experienced campaigner, we would like to invite you to join us for the first official annual Changing Places Conference for a day of support and information about the Changing Places campaign.

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Our Christmas Vine.......

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Over the past year we have had an extremely busy and productive time at the Changing Places Consortium.

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Congratulations to Rosemary and Hollie McLean for their campaigning work to get a Changing Places in Chorley.
 

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One of our strongest Changing Places supporters , Rachel Erickson, has just ended her "Loo Tours" of London. We would like to thank Rachel for her support and wish her all the best in the future. Her last loo blog is below.....

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World toilet day is a day once a year when everyone all over the world are talking about toilets. This is also a good day for everyone all over the world, whatever part of the world that you are in, to help promote Changing Places toilets to go international.

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 Its World Toilet Day next Wednesday 19th November.
World Toilet Day focuses on the importance of sanitation and aims to raise awareness about the 2.6 billion people (nearly half the world's population) who don't have access to toilets and proper sanitation.

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Next year will see the Rugby World cup come to the UK. As such, the Changing Places Consortium are currently campaigning for Changing Places toilets to be installed at all Rugby World Cup venues. We are delighted that three of the venues, Wembley, the Olympic stadium and the Brighton Community Stadium already have Changing Places installed, but the remaining 10 do not.

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