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14 December 2017

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Help us spread the word about Changing Places toilets

   

 The Changing Places consortium has recently put forward Early Day Motion (EDM) 1713, a parliamentary tool that allows MPs to show support for issues they care about that will bring Changing Places toilet towards the top of the political agenda.

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Local campaigners in Lancashire have been helping to change lives by presenting their petition for more Changing Places toilets to MPs in Ribble Valley.The Preston and District Changing Places group, led by Rosemary McLean gathered almost 200 signatures during Learning Disability Week and is calling on the local authority to install more fully accessible toilets in the region.

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Following on from the successes of Learning Disability Week the Tinsley Green Children's Centre in Sheffield has opened, making it the 100th Changing Places toilet in the UK.

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This year’s Learning Disability Week took place from 22-28 June and in England and Northern Ireland it focused on the Changing Places campaign, calling for Changing Places toilets to be compulsory in all new big public buildings.

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Learning Disability Week is a national awareness week. This year it takes place from Monday 22 to Sunday 28 June 2009 with the theme of Changing Places, Changing Lives.

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Campaigners are celebrating after a new British Standard has recommended that fully accessible toilets be installed in new big public buildings.

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This year, Learning Disability Week will take place from Monday 22 to Sunday 28 June 2009. This year's theme will be Changing Places, Changing Lives.

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MPs are signing up to an Early Day Motion calling for better public toilet provision. It highlights the fact that a lack of good public toilets has a particular impact on older and disabled people.

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The annual Loo of the Year Awards ceremony, hosted by the British Toilet Association, took place on 5 December in Birmingham.

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Disabled people and their families can this year enjoy doing their Christmas shopping without having to go home early because there is no toilet that meets their needs.

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