A new Wetherspoons pub in Bletchley has had a Changing Places wheelchair-accessible toilet fitted by Closomat, to help those who need assistance.
Children in Kent are encountering an integrated approach on to how facilities, including toilets, which will change the way they can access health facilities, thanks to Closomat.
Marketing manager at Closomat, Robin Tuffley, believes inclusion and accessibility access go beyond people solely with disabilities, but those with racial, religious, physical and mental considerations too.
Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens have become the latest brand to open a Changing Places assisted accessible toilet, supplied by Britain’s leading provider in the facility’s provision, Closomat.
Closomat’s white paper, entitled ‘Provision of Accessible Toilets for the Hotel Industry’ could be vital for hoteliers, with many establishments said to be failing in their access provision under British Standard