BorderLayoutBoxedLayoutOpenLayout Maximum textMedium textSmall text



18 November 2018

Current call to action

Help us spread the word about Changing Places toilets

   

 Two ‘Changing Places’ facilities have opened at the Space Centre in Pedders Lane, Ashton and were officially opened by the Mayor of Preston, Cllr. Veronica Afrin.

  Read More...

A campaign has been launched by a Whitstable mum for Changing Places. Six-year-old Thomas Mumford has cerebral palsy and cannot go to the toilet without the help of his mother, Caroline.

  Read More...

Another Changing Places toilet in Middlesbrough was opened in the Rainbow Leisure Centre on 4th December 2013 bringing the grand total to eight across the town.

  Read More...

 Find out more about Josh and the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity which has the dual aims of providing support to children with brain tumours and post surgery disabilities, as well as making the world ‘changing friendly.’

 

  Read More...

2014 is set to be a great one for the Changing Places campaign and our supporters across the UK. We are delighted to be working with our campaign sponsors Aveso alongside The Johsua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity to see more Changing Places registered on the national register providing opportunities for those who need addition support with their personal needs.

  Read More...

 2013 has been another great year for the campaign with over 100 toilets registered this year!  This brings the grand total to 577! Campaign highlights in 2013 include…
 

  Read More...

A discussion about different types of toilet provision.
The Changing Places consortium is currently working with many campaigners across the UK who are highlighting the need for Changing Places in all large public venues and places.

  Read More...

Last week, Changing Places campaigners Lloyd and Leroy interviewed Nick and James from Aveso, the official Changing Places sponsor, to find out why they wanted to be involved with the campaign and which loo was their favourite!

  Read More...

19 November 2013, London – 13 people today squatted for 1 minute at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of the ‘The Big Squat – a movement for the toilet-less’ which is part of the 51 events taking place in over 19 countries for World Toilet Day.   
 

  Read More...

On World Toilet Day, 19 November, we want to highlight the fact that over 230,000 disabled people and their families in the UK are unable to access toilets which meet their needs. 
 

  Read More...
Page 14 of 22First   Previous   9  10  11  12  13  [14]  15  16  17  18  Next   Last   


Copyright 2018 Changing Places