Motorway service station group installs fifth Changing Places facility

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Moto, which operates motorway service stations around the UK has announced the installation of its fifth Changing Places facility across its estate.

Moto Exeter is the latest service station to offer the toilet facility which allows improved access for profoundly disabled travellers.

The service station group currently operates 45 sites across the UK could and continues to invest in disabled access across its stations.

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It announced that before the summer nearly 20 of its sites will be undergoing improvements.

The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 and it is now targeting its 1000th installation.

The facilities are being rolled-out across stadia, service stations, community centres and a host of other sites across the UK.

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