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Changing Places campaigners take part in “Looathon”

Today several brave Changing Places campaigners will be taking part in a “Looathon” to raise awareness of Changing Places Toilets.


The Looathon will take place on Friday 11th May from 10 am at the Bathstore on Baker Street. Sarah Brisdion and other campaigners who are joining her will take turns sitting on the two loos in the shop window. A mock-up of a dirty toilet floor will show customers some of the realities of having to be changed on a public toilet floor if there are no proper provisions. The stunt has two goals; to raise awareness for the unmet need for Changing Places and to fundraise for a Changing Places fund within Muscular Dystrophy UK, the co-chairs of the Changing Places Consortium. The funds raised will be used for a Changing Places toilet project.

Level Playing Field believes that everyone deserves appropriate toilet facilities and recommends that Changing Places facilities are installed at all sports venues.

An increasing number of clubs and venues have already introduced Changing Places including:

Arsenal – Emirates Stadium

Brighton and Hove Albion – AMEX Stadium

Chesterfield FC – Proact Stadium

Everton – Goodison Park

Leicester City – King Power Stadium

Liverpool – Anfield Stadium

Manchester City – Etihad Stadium

Manchester United – Old Trafford

Milton Keynes Dons – Stadium MK

Newcastle United – St James’ Park

O2 Arena – London

Principality Stadium – Cardiff

Southampton – St Marys Stadium

Tranmere Rovers – Prenton Park

Tottenham Hotspur – Wembley Stadium and new stadium due to open in August 2018.

Watford – Vicarage Road

Wembley Stadium

West Ham – London Stadium

You can read more about the Looathon here and more about the Changing Places Campaign here.

Level Playing Field would like to wish the best of luck to everyone taking part.