To plagiarise the song, we are ALL going to the zoo…..or at least Newquay Zoo, with its investment in fully accessible facilities.
A newly redeveloped town centre, billed as being “the next generation in shopping and leisure”, has taken the ethos through to its customer facilities, especially for disabled visitors.
The UK’s only major independent motorway services operator has further enhanced its quality offering for customers by adding a state-of-the-art disabled toilet facility.
The English Riviera is now one of the most accessible tourist destinations in the country- with the opening of state-of-the-art toilet facilities.
Lost Gardens of Heligan Find Solution to Provide Changing Places for Disabled Accessibility One of the UK’s most popular botanical gardens is the latest venue aided by Closomat to deliver enhanced accessibility to visitors.
A disability campaigner has proved that people do listen if asked, with the opening of a ‘first’ in Scotland.
The UK's most visited children's theme park has become more accessible to guests- just by enhancing its toilet provision.
A national museum, originally envisaged as being “an inspiration for our country’s future”, has continued that philosophy in its latest refurbishment to deliver exemplar accessibility.
Scotland’s leading shopping and leisure destination- Silverburn in Glasgow- is ensuring it can be enjoyed by even more people, with the unveiling of new accessible facilities.
It’s no secret that JD Wetherspoon’s latest venue, Captain Ridley’s Shooting Party, is open to all.
One of the UK’s biggest shopping centres, intu, is giving a new level of customer experience.
People with disabilities will find Liverpool one of the better airports to use when travelling by air, with the completion of a £4million refurbishment & upgrade of the departure lounge.
Disabled travellers can venture further afield with the opening of the most northerly Changing Places on the M6.
A new multi-arts centre heralded as transforming the cultural landscape is already reaping the results of its inclusive approach.
People in the West Midlands wanting to improve their health and fitness can benefit from new, state-of-the-art facilities that deliver optimum accessibility in all aspects.
The best leisure centre in the country is building on its reputation for excellence by investing in state-of-art facilities for disabled people.
Roadchef, one of the UK’s leading Motorway Service Area (MSA) operators, has announced the opening of a Changing Places facility at its Norton Canes site, on the M6 Toll.
The UK’s largest motorway services provider, which operates on the ethos of delivering great brand and exceptional customer service, is extending its principle to Exeter….
A citywide programme to make Leicester accessible to all visitors has taken a major step forward with the opening of a state-of-the-art Changing Places toilet at the new Haymarket Bus Station.
Council acts on public requests to create premier regional shopping destination
Changing place changes lives in Liverpool
All change at Swansea Rail!
Changing Places to make journeys better
Changing Places check-in to international level
Optimised accessibility to international travel
All change at Toddington...
Changing t(r)ack to optimise accessibility...
Gatwick adds another credit to its leading reputation
Smart thinking towards the future encompasses all...
'Changing Places' go wild!
Rock and River Changing Places...
Look out for Changing Places at Bracknell Forest
'Total' approach to inclusivity helps take Liverpudlian history into the 21st Century...
Cadbury World caters for diversity...
Improving the quality of patient care is being taken to new dimensions in Cheshire, as a result of commitment by local campaigners and the privacy & dignity team.
The dignity and hygiene issues of having to change someone on a toilet floor has struck a chord with County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, who have taken steps to ensure anyone visiting the premises has appropriate toilet amenities.
Local healthcare services transformed – through to the toilets!
The town alleged to be the best place in Britain to live is now even better, especially if you are disabled….
Leading supermarket chain Morrisons plc has unveiled its first accessible, assisted Changing Places toilet for disabled customers – the first of its kind at a Midlands supermarket.
The Midlands' number one shopping destination, Bullring, has opened a new Changing Places toilet.
Commitment to customer care, particularly the disabled, has been nationally recognised with the winning of two Awards by The Trafford Centre.
Quay to independence for all...
'Changing Places' at IKEA
Delivering optimum customer care...
Teesside University is leading the field in health & wellbeing with an ‘all-inclusive’ approach to student needs.
A new Changing Places assisted accessible toilet is addressing local accessibility needs in the heart of England.
Bolton Council is demonstrating it is possible to deliver more, cost-effectively, in the face of lost facilities....
An award-winning venue is extending its openness with investment in enhanced facilities for disabled theatre-goers.
One of the UK's largest multi-purpose arenas is now truly delivering access to all areas-with the opening of a new state of the art disabled toilet.
Changing Places at Wembley! Wembley Stadium is now even more accessible to all, at all levels...
The first phase of a £300m regeneration of Doncaster’s Waterdale is now accessible to all, regardless of ability…
The target of becoming 'the most accessible city in Europe' is set in Manchester with the opening of the local government's first Changing Places toilet.
Events venue open to all...
YMCA showcases commitment to inclusivity
Council adopts innavative approach to delivering accessibility for all
Securing facilities for all... for the future
Putting heritage for all at the heart of investment
'Total' support for disability rights
Wiltshire optimises access for all...
Changing Places at the Apex of Cultural Quarter
“You can’t turn people away because you haven’t got a toilet.”
One of England’s few outdoor water parks is now fully inclusive – with the addition of a new toilet.
The Millennium Stadium is now closer to achieving its aim of removing any barriers to its use by disabled people: it has opened a new Changing Places assisted, accessible toilet.
An innovative project designed by, and for, young people in Halifax has taken steps to ensure it is accessible to all – by including a state-of-the art toilet!
Changing access to leisure
'Total' approach helps deliver excellence in meeting changing needs
A unique project is bringing “excellence to all”- including disabled people.
“An even better experience for our customers” is extending through to the toilets in North Swindon.
Residents of and visitors to one of Lancashire’s most popular resort towns can be sure all their needs are met at the new JD Wetherspoon pub in Formby.
Edinburgh’s historic city centre is delivering optimum accessibility with the opening of a new pub by Waverley Station.
The new Aberavon Leisure & Fitness Centre will transform the famous seafront into one of the most accessible in Wales – helped by its toilets!
JD Wetherspoon, already a champion in its provision of accessible toilets, is setting new standards by becoming the first major national pub chain to open a Changing Places.
Britain’s best airport¹ now offers the best facilities for disabled travellers too, with the opening of three Changing Places toilets.
Commitment to improving customer journeys is being taken 'above and beyond' at East Midlands Airport, with a complete refurbishment of its Changing Places toilet.
A state-of-the-art toilet is playing its part in helping Birmingham City Council deliver 21st century services.
Britain's largest forest park is now achieving optimum accessibility through its new flagship visitor centre.
A redevelopment central to the new cultural quarter in Halifax is delivering first-class facilities, for all, right through to its toilets!
Thinking ‘outside the box’ has meant a campaigner for special accessible toilets has enabled one attraction to be open to everyone…
The UK’s largest privately-owned wildlife collection, Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens, has become the latest venue to change its accessibility for the better.
Sunderland City Council is in the middle of a major regeneration programme to revitalise its seafront.