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14 December 2017

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A Happy New Year to all our supporters and campaigners for Changing Places toilets across the UK and beyond. 2012 was a great year for the campaign and we now approach the 500 landmark for Changing Places registration.
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Huge congratulations to Changing Places consortium member, Martin Jackaman who has been honoured by having a new day service for people with learning disabilities named after him in recognition of his work over many years.   Read More...
A Changing Places toilet has been included in new facilities at County Hall in Newport in which seven interview rooms have been installed giving privacy to those using them, while eight help booths are now available to the public seeking advice on council services.
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In the run up to London 2012, the Changing Places Consortium campaigned for the installation of Changing Places toilets in the Olympic Park and within London’s transport system. This would give everyone the opportunity to enjoy the Olympics and Paralympic Games.
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More than 200 people joined the first ever flush mob in London's Trafalgar Square!

The event raised awareness of the Changing Places campaign and the need for more Changing Places toilets.
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Thanks to the hard work of our many campaigners across the UK, we have now registered over 450 Changing Places toilets on the website. This month alone we registered toilets in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Jersey and are making progress on many projects across the UK.   Read More...
London Gatwick has unveiled two airside Changing Places toilets which were officially opened by Changing Places campaigners Julie Clough and her mother Margaret.
Lindsay Baldwin, head of airport communications at London Gatwick, observed, “London Gatwick is Europe’s leading airport for point-to-point flights and has the busiest single-use runway. Over 33.6million passengers use Gatwick each year;”
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Changing Places toilets are available at all Olympic and Paralympic Games venues which will help many more people to be able to access the games.
Kirklees council have just purchased a mobile Changing Places toilet from Andy Loos which will be available at theirYouth Games Flame Celebration in Huddersfield on Friday 24th August where the Olympic Lantern will arrive in the afternoon.
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We are delighted that Kings Cross train station has now opened a Changing Places toilet available for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and other people with severe disabilities who need the help of one or more carer. We have seen this facility and will soon be registered it on the website with photos. The Changing Places consortium is currently working with architects and developers who are upgrading Category A train stations across the UK.   Read More...
Rufford Abbey Country Park has opened a new toilet as part of the national ‘Changing Places’ campaign. A public toilet for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and other people with severe disabilities who need the support of at least one carer, is now open at a Nottinghamshire County Council-managed country park.   Read More...
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