Useful links

British Toilet Association: Links

We intend this page to grow in response to your needs. We’ve started off with a few links (listed alphabetically) to other associations and company sites. Please email us if you have any organisations that you think we should link to so that we can include them on this page.

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  • Anxiety UK
    www.anxietyuk.org.uk
    Anxiety UK which was established in 1970. Over the years it has grown to become the largest charity dealing with anxiety disorders including those anxiety sufferers that have real issues with inadequate toilet provision.
  • Asset Skills
    assetskills.org
    Asset Skills is offering individuals and employers the opportunity to become involved with the development of women in the workplace by participating in the Pathways Initiative Project – Woman and Work.
  • The British Cleaning Council (BCC)
    BCC has grown from five founder member bodies, at its set-up in 1982, to a current membership of 19 trade associations, research and educational institutions representing contract cleaners to environmental campaigners and toilet campaigners to cleaning trainers.
    We provide a forum for member bodies to liaise and discuss industry-wide improvements. As co-owners of the Cleaning Show we use any funding we receive to plough directly back into the industry into improvement schemes.
    We believe we fully encompass the UK cleaning industry and are proud to represent it in all its glory. Cleaning is now a professional industry with excellent opportunities.
    It is a vital service cross-sectioning all other industrial sectors. Without adequate cleaning provision many other services would grind to a halt.
    www.britishcleaningcouncil.org
  • Best Free London Public Toilets
    http://golondon.about.com/od/londonforfree/tp/freetoilets.htm
    A guide for all visitors to central London
  • The Bladder and Bowel Foundation
    www.bladderandbowelfoundation.org
    The Bladder and Bowel Foundation (B&BF) is the UK’s largest advocacy charity providing information and support for all types of bladder and bowel related problems, for patients, their families, carers and healthcare professionals.
  • Bog Standard
    www.bog-standard.org
    Promoting better toilets for pupils.
    Bog Standard School Toilet Award
    www.bog-standard.org/award_home.php
  • British Toilet Association Membership List
    www.britloos.co.uk
  • Centre for Accessible Environments
    Holyer House, 20 – 21 Red Lion Court, London EC4A 3EB
    Tel: 020 7822 8232
    www.cae.org.uk
  • Changing Places Campaign
    www.changing-places.org
    Many wheelchair users require help to use the loo that standard disabled toilets cannot provide. This campaign asks public places to install Changing Places loos – fully accessible loos that include a hoist and adult-sized changing bench.
  • Crohn’s and Colitis UK
    45 Grosvenor Road, St Albans, Herts, AL1 3AW
    Main Switchboard: 01727 830038
    www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk
  • Drug Information
    Drug Watch features information on medications, drug interactions, and warns about drug side effects. One drug that has been shown to cause gastrointestinal problems such as ulcerative colitis and inflammatory bowel disease is the acne medication Accutane. For information on Accutane IBD information please visit: www.drugwatch.com
  • ERIC
    www.eric.org.uk
    Providing information and support on childhood bedwetting, daytime bedwetting, constipation and soiling to children, young people, parents and professionals
  • Ethicon Women’s Health and Urology (EWHU)
    http://www.smarterpatient.com/patients/health-topics/womens-health
    We provide minimally invasive surgery for Adhesions, Fibroids, Heavy Periods, Hysterectomies and Incontinence.
  • The IBS Network
    Unit 1.16 SOAR Works, 14 Knutton Road, Sheffield, S5 9NU
    Telephone: 0114 272 32 53
    Website: theibsnetwork.org
  • IBS Tales
    www.ibstales.com
    Read the personal stories of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) sufferers and share your own experiences
  • Last Rounds
    www.lastrounds.co.uk
    A pub review site that list opening times and locations for public toilets across all of London’s boroughs. It even lists local buses and stations!
  • Loo of the Year Awards
    www.loo.co.uk
  • Mature Times
    www.maturetimes.co.uk
    Mature Times is a national campaigning and information newspaper and website – a voice for older people
  • Mencap
    www.mencap.org.uk
    Mencap is the voice of learning disability. Everything we do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability and their families and carers
  • PAMIS
    15/16 Springfield
    University of Dundee, DD1 4JE
    Tel: 01382 384953
    www.pamis.org.uk
  • Purple Flag
    www.atcm.org/purple-flag/
    Purple Flag is the new “gold standard” that recognises great entertainment and hospitality areas at night
  • Recall Report
    https://www.recallreport.orgRecall Report was created to alert the public to the latest information on dangerous drugs and products. Big corporations have been known to put profits over people. We stand by your side to get you the information you need, and the financial support you deserve if you or a loved one was injured by a dangerous drug or product
  • Restroom Association of Singapore
    www.toinet.org
    The secretariat for ‘Toinet’ the Asia Pacific Toilet Network
  • The Gut Trust
    www.theguttrust.org
    “The Gut Trust is the national charity for Irritable Bowel
    Syndrome. Among services to members are a fully comprehensive self
    management programme, telephone helpline, free medical advice, a
    can’t wait card, a befriender scheme and a national network of self-help group.
  • Toilet Twinning
    96 Purewell, Christchurch BH23 1EU
    Tel: 0300 3213217 (office)
    www.toilettwinning.org
  • Tourism for All
    www.tourismforall.org.uk
    Tourism for All UK is the UK Voice for Accessible Tourism. They are a national charity dedicated to making tourism welcoming and accessible to all.
  • We Need the Loo
    weneedtheloo.wordpress.com
    We Need the Loo is a campaign involving the British Toilet Association,
    University of West of England, Helen Hamlyn Centre, the founder of All Mod
    Cons (now the BTA) Women’s Design Service (now closed) and various other
    organisations and academics. We feel very strongly that the first step in
    getting improved public toilet provision is for it to be made compulsory to
    local authorities to provide them.
  • World Toilet Organisation
    www.worldtoilet.org
    The World Toilet Organisations aims are to establish a world recognised body to promote and coordinate sanitation issues.