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Tell people about the campaign

Campaigns work best when the word spreads around. So, tell as many people as possible about the Changing Places campaign - what it is about and who it affects.

Join us on Facebook and Twitter

Follow our twitter account @CP_Consortium and use the hashtag #ChangingPlacesToilets. Why not tweet to venues you think should have Changing Places?

Join our campaigner-led community of over 28,000 supporters on Facebook.

Send out our Changing Places leaflet

The Changing Places leaflet contains all the most important facts about our campaign - download the leaflet (PDF).

You could give the leaflet to:
  • councillors
  • members of parliament (MPs), members of Scottish Parliament (MSPs), members of the National Assembly for Wales (AMs), members of the Legislative Assembly in Northern Ireland (MLAs)
  • access officers
  • access panels
  • local authority officers
  • town/city planners
  • architects
  • chief executives/managers of big supermarkets, arts centres, leisure centres, hospitals, train stations,
  • airports, motorway service stations
  • local journalists
  • local groups
  • local learning disability officers
Write an article for a local publication

A good way to tell people about the Changing Places campaign is to write an article for a local newsletter or magazine. You can use the Changing Places article template (Word) to help you do this. You could also add some information about why Changing Places toilets are needed in your local area.

You could ask the editors of newsletters, magazines and websites to print your article. For example, contact these publications in your area:

  • local disability group newsletter and/or website
  • local church newsletter
  • local council magazine
  • local free newspaper
Write an article for a local publication

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