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21 May 2018

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Preston campaigners are calling for a Changing Places toilet to be opened in Preston city centre for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and others who need extra support.

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 gbpartnerships support the Changing Places campaign and is an established healthcare developer. The company has been operational since October 2001 and has delivered in excess of £300m worth of primary care centres and a mental health unit in the last 8 years.

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 Level Playing Field supports the Changing Places campaign and is a registered charity in England and Wales, acting as a campaigning and advisory organisation to its membership and other parties across all sports.

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 The NEC - the UK’s largest exhibition and events venue with over two million visitors per year - has invested in a new Changing Places accessible toilet, continuing its commitment to customer-focused improvements and becoming one of the first exhibition venues to install the facility.

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With so much going on in Northern Ireland at the moment regarding the Changing Places campaign we thought we should update all visitors to the website on some extraordinary successes over the past year.   Read More...
We are delighted to announce that Cadbury World in Birmingham has opened a new Changing Places facility as part of a major refurbishment project.   Read More...
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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