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11th November, 2013

Skelmersdale’s St Paul’s Church is indulging in a bit of friendly fire for this year’s World Toilet Day, 19 November. . The church, which has already twinned its own loos with latrines in Burundi, is now spearheading some ‘guerrilla twinning’ of toilets in its local community.... read more

14th October, 2013

Two toilets at Blencathra Field Centre have been twinned with latrines in Nepal and Liberia in a bid to help flush away poverty overseas.. Blencathra is part of the Field Studies Council, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, and the twinnings contribute to a year-long programme of... read more

1st October, 2013

A toilet at Preston Montford Field Centre near Shrewsbury has been twinned with a latrine in Nepal in a bid to help flush away poverty overseas. . Preston Montford is part of the Field Studies Council, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, and the twinning contributes to a year-long... read more

6th August, 2013

When Jersey family the De Gruchys, from St Mary, decided to put some unexpected earnings towards twinning toilets, there was an added surprise: they found they had become the 15,000th twinners since Toilet Twinning began in 2009.. Toilet Twinning is a quirky way to help some of the 2.5 billion... read more

10th July, 2013

St Mary’s and St Peter’s CE Primary School pupils learn how to help flush away poverty. Pupils at St Mary’s and St Peter’s CE Primary School, in Teddington’s Somerset Road, are flushed with enthusiasm to twin their school toilets, having heard a talk this week from local charity... read more

13th June, 2013

Chances are your dad is more likely to expect novelty socks than a twinned toilet this Father’s Day, 16 June. Toilet humour aside, proceeds from this unusual gift will help Toilet Twinning fight a very serious problem. . Many dads across Britain will be celebrating their special day by spending... read more

13th March, 2013

West London attraction’s toilet link makes ‘Kew for the loo’ pun.   It’s a long way from Kew Bridge Steam Museum to a school toilet block in Burundi, but the 19th Century west London pumping station is now linked to the African country via Toilet Twinning.   You could say... read more

22nd February, 2013

“I know you are going to laugh but you can stop it right now, because this is serious,” schoolgirl tells her fellow pupils.   Pupils at Bearsted’s Roseacre Junior School are flushed with success having raised £946.57 for Toilet Twinning.   They are the first school in... read more