Changing Places toilets are a facility which allows people with complex learning disabilities, as well as other serious impairments such as spinal injuries or an acquired brain injury to allow them to use toilets comfortably.
Commenting Mark said, “I was fortunate enough to be able to join the President of Scottish Rugby, Ian Rankin and disability charity, PAMIS in opening the 100th Changing Places toilet at Murrayfield in December.
“After opening the facility which will enable rugby fans with complex disabilities to see their national team play, safe in the knowledge that there adequate facilities should they need them. It would be wonderful if the same could be done for football fans. It would also take the pressure of many families who have to plan their days based on being within close proximity to a Changing Places toilet.
“I have therefore written to all of the SPFL Premiership teams as well as Hearts, Hibs and Rangers asking for them to consider installing Changing Places toilets. I hope that the teams will get on board and open up Scottish football to an even wider audience”