On the 27th June 2018, Paula Sherriff MP introduced a 10-minute rule bill, supporting Changing Places, at the House of Commons. The bill asked for Changing Places Toilets to be made mandatory in all large new buildings.

“We’re fully behind this bill and the Changing Places Campaign”, says Nick Lang, UK Head of Marketing Teva OTC. “Sudocrem are proud to be at the forefront of activity to improve facilities for disabled children. Our award scheme recognises the people and places leading the way, but more needs to happen and that’s why this bill is so important”.

Read more about Sudocrem's Baby Changing Room Awards >  


Notes to Editors:


  • Experts in healing, soothing and protecting families skin since 1931, Sudocrem is a brand with heritage, trusted by generations.
  • First created in Dublin, Ireland, by Thomas Smith, Sudocrem is the No.1 nappy care brand in 15 countries around the world.
  • 10 million Sudocrem products are sold annually.
  • Multi award winning, Sudocrem is committed to leading the way in new product development, education and corporate social responsibility. In 2017 alone, Sudocrem supported playground regeneration through Play
  • More, improved changing room facilities for parents and sponsored Britain’s biggest parenting charity the NCT.
  • Sudocrem is owned by Teva.


The National Childbirth Trust was established in 1956. It is a UK-based charity offering information and support in pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood. It has worked with Sudocrem on the Baby Changing Room Awards for 3 years.


PAMIS (Promoting A More Inclusive Society) was established in 1992 and supports people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. Ten years ago, PAMIS cofounded the Changing Places Consortium and campaign to develop fully accessible toilets in the UK. A Changing Places toilet must be 12 square meters and have an adjustable bench, a tracking hoist, peninsula toilets and a stoma shelf.

Date of preparation: May 2018
Ref: UK/CPE/18/0058