The Sudocrem Baby Changing Room Awards (Plus baby changing bag giveaway)

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If you are a parent, you know that baby changing facilities can be drastically different. Some places offer dedicated parent rooms, whilst others have a simple changing table that you pull down from the wall. The changing areas can be a stand alone room, situated in a disabled toilet or even in the women's or men's toilets. Some places don't even have changing rooms which can be a disaster when you have young children, and especially disabled children.


There are 800,000 disabled children in the UK. These children need a space that is adapted for them to use the toilet. These spaces are called "Changing Places" and offer a hoist and a full sized bed so that they don't have to use a filthy floor as a changing area. There are only 1058 Changing Places toilets in the UK, which means that everyday thousands of disabled children are having to use changing tables that are too small, or even worse their parents are having to use a filthy bathroom floor.

Sudocrem have creating the Changing Room Awards which recognises the best changing rooms across the country. The awards has three categories:


  1. Best Changing Room
  2. Best Dad's Changing Room
  3. Changing Places Toilet
It is so nice to see that Sudocrem are shedding light on Changing Places Toilets as they really are important not just for disabled children, but also for disabled adults. I would love to see Changing Places Toilets all over the country so that more parents with disabled children have somewhere to change their child without having to worry about putting them on a filthy floor. I also love that they have a category for best dad's changing room. There have been so many occasions where there haven't been changing facilities for my husband to use when he has been out with my daughter alone. This means that he has had to go back to the car and change her in the boot. It's so nice when there are family changing rooms, or facilities for men to change their children.

HOW TO VOTE IN THE CHANGING ROOM AWARDS

You can now nominate your favourite changing rooms, with winners being announced in Mid-March. To do this just visit the Sudocrem Changing Room Awards site and click on "Changing Room Awards" and fill in the form. 

WIN A BABYMEL FRANKIE TWEED CHANGING BAG WORTH £58


To encourage readers of "A Mundane Life" to vote for the best changing rooms in the UK, they have offered one lucky reader the chance to win a BabyMel Frankie Tweed Changing Bag worth £58! To enter for the chance to win, all you need to do is enter via the Gleam giveaway app below. There are two mandatory entries that you need to complete once you have logged in, and all other options with the app are optional. There are also chances for daily entries, so remember to come back and enter every day. The giveaway ends in 2 weeks on Tuesday 23rd January at 12pm GMT and is open to UK residents only



TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

- The promoter of this giveaway is A Mundane Life
- All prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative offered
- The winners will be contacted via email or social media
- The winner will need to provide a full postal address to receive their prize
The giveaway ends in 2 weeks on Tuesday 23rd January at 12pm GMT and is open to UK residents only
- The winner has 28 days to respond before another winner will be selected
Please allow up to 28 days for delivery of your prize
- The winner is picked via the gleam app from all entrants that have followed the directions of the giveaway post.
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- Each winning entry will be validated, and if the instructions for entry have not been followed for that  entry, a new winner will be chosen
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Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will be disqualified.
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SARAH HUGHES
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12 comments

  1. I voted for John Lewis, Newcastle, in the changing room awards because the rooms are cleaned regularly and they have a separate toilet large enough for a buggy or another toddler/child.

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  2. The only changing room I like is in Met Quarter Liverpool. I hate the majority of changing rooms in my city as they aren't properly cared for xx

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  3. Its great when you visit a lovely changing room makes all the difference

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  4. Aww what a fab prize! & these awards are a great idea!

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  5. Great idea to have these awards.

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  6. I've voted for my local mothercare in the awards! I've got my fingers crossed for the giveaway x

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  7. I have voted for Bristol Zoo in Clifton.

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  8. Great to see someone from the Midlands with a great blog - much love a Black Country girl way from home

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