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Changing Places "flush" mob

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Published on Oct 12, 2012

On Thursday 11th October 2012, over 200 people gathered in Trafalgar Square, London, armed with a toilet brush and the goal of inspiring change!

They were there for the Changing Places 2012 "flush" mob. A flush mob is just like a flash mob, but with toilet brushes! As people gathered in front of the National Gallery you could see a few carefully concealed toilet brushes poking out from underneath coats and inside umbrellas...

Research shows that 230,000 severely disabled people, including those with profound and multiple learning disabilities, do not have access to public toilets that meet their needs. The Changing Places campaign plans to change that.

For more information on the campaign and details about existing Changing Places toilets, visit the Changing Places website: http://www.changing-places.org

The Changing Places Consortium consists of a group of like-minded organisations, including Mencap, working together for fully accessible toilets.

For information on installing a Changing Places toilet in your organisation, take a look at the information here: http://www.changing-places.org/instal...

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