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Mum will spend two days of Royal Norfolk Show sitting on loo

PUBLISHED: 11:12 24 June 2019 | UPDATED: 11:12 24 June 2019

Emma Spagnola sitting outside BathStore on Baker Street, London. PICTURE: Hadley's Heroes.

Emma Spagnola sitting outside BathStore on Baker Street, London. PICTURE: Hadley's Heroes.

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A Norfolk mum will spend the whole two days of the Royal Norfolk Show sitting on the loo.

Emma Spagnola, the 'Norfolk Loo Lady' and disability access campaigner on a float at last year's  Cromer Carnival parade. Picture: ANDREAS YIASIMIEmma Spagnola, the 'Norfolk Loo Lady' and disability access campaigner on a float at last year's Cromer Carnival parade. Picture: ANDREAS YIASIMI

Cromer's Emma Spagnola, known as the 'Norfolk Loo Lady', has been fighting to have more accessible toilets opened across Norfolk.

And she will be campaigning at the Royal Norfolk Show on Wednesday, June 26 and Thursday, June 27.

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She tweeted: "I have been lucky to have two awesome businesses sponsor a toilet for me ready for my 'sit in' and #LooSelfie at the @norfolkshow on the #Cromer stand to raise more awareness of #ChangingPlaces. Thanks @RockShopBistro #GNTrading #LoveCromer #Norfolk #AccessibleLoos #IncLOOsion."

Emma Spagnola at the Cromer carnival parade. Picture: contributedEmma Spagnola at the Cromer carnival parade. Picture: contributed

There are eight Changing Places accessible toilets in Norfolk with enhanced facilities for disabled users including a large room, toilet with rails, changing bench, ceiling hoist and shower.

Last May Mrs Spagnola joined 30 other campaigners in London when they all took turns to sit with their pants down on a toilet on Baker Street.

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