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Despite the increasing number of Changing Places toilets, there are still not enough to meet the demand and many areas of the UK do not have one at all. Without them, people with a disability have to stay at home or their family carers have to resort to changing them on dirty toilet floors.

We need your help to make sure Changing Places toilets are installed in public places.

Changing Places toilets will help many of these people to take part in the day to day activities most of us take for granted.

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You can help to bring about this change by:

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Running a local campaign: find out about how you can campaign locally with our campaign pack

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Writing to the government: writing a letter to your MP is a good way of showing your support.

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Who to contact: get some ideas of venues to contact when campaigning for Changing Places.

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Telling people about the campaign: learn about the ways in which you can tell people about Changing Places toilets.

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Steve & Trev's campaign

Steve & Trev's campaign

Steve and Trev's Story

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Samantha and Alfie's campaign for Changing Places in Sussex

Samantha and Alfie's campaign for Changing Places in Sussex

Alfie and Samantha's story

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Current call to action

Current call to action

Our current call to action to help get more Changing Places installed across the UK

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Venues to target

Venues to target

A list of ideas of venues to contact when campaigning for a Changing Places toilet

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Sarah & Hadley's campaign - Longdown Activity Farm

Sarah & Hadley's campaign - Longdown Activity Farm

Celebrating the power of fundraising in securing Changing Places Toilets.

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Ettie and Alison's campaign for Changing Places in Somerset

Ettie and Alison's campaign for Changing Places in Somerset

Ettie's story of how lack of fully accessible toilets lead to her mum Alison Campaigning in her local area for Changing Places Toilets.

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