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12 December 2017

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The National Union of Students (NUS) has launched its “Access Challenge” campaign, which is aimed at improving the access to university and college campuses. As part of this campaign, the NUS will be actively campaigning for Changing Places to be installed on university and college campuses.   Read More...
Sue Tucker has been campaigning for Changing Places in North Devon for the past three years. Initially a group of people got together but for the past couple of years Sue has been campaigning on her own.







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 Members of the Changing Places consortium will be hosting a Changing Places stand at the next Moving and Handling conference on the 2nd and 3rd February 2012.
 

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 Lowri is 12 years old and has a condition called Rett Syndrome which means she is totally dependant on her family for all activities of daily living. In their powerful video clip Bethan explains the difference this makes to a family day out in Nottingham and why she believes Changing Places toilets have to be the next step in public toilet provision.

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 A new Changing Places facility in Peterborough was opened on the 18th July by television actress Julie Fernandez in Car Haven, behind the Town Hall.

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The Changing Places consortium would like to say a huge thank you to all campaigners and providers who have played their part in reaching the milestone of 300 registered Changing Places toilets in the UK.  

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The Changing Places Consortium is extremely proud to announce that Changing Places toilets will be available at venues for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.

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 A new Changing Places toilet at Marwell Wildlife in Hampshire has marked the 250th location – and the first zoological park - to install a facility in the United Kingdom. The number of Changing Places toilets, which cater for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and complex health needs, has grown significantly since the Changing Places Consortium launched in 2006.

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Due to the campaigning and hard work of consortium members PAMIS, the first Changing Places toilet at an IKEA store is now open. Prior to the opening the manager of the IKEA store in Edinburgh attended an event in Parliament hosted by PAMIS to launch the British Standard and also attended the opening of another Changing Places facility in Perth.

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Work has started on a new city centre toilet facility which will help meet the specialised needs of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

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