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Arsenal becomes first Premier League club to install Changing Places toilet

The Emirates Stadium, home of Premier League football club Arsenal FC, launched the 600th fully accessible Changing Places toilet last week. Arsenal fan and Mencap campaigns assistant Leroy Binns (pictured), who has a learning disability, officially opened the facility alongside journalist, presenter and fellow Arsenal fan Alex Brooker, who is best known for his work with Channel 4 and its coverage of the 2012 Summer Paralympic Games. Changing Places toilets are larger than a standard disabled toilet and include a height-adjustable bench, a hoist and room for a wheelchair and up two carers. The 600th toilet is a huge milestone


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