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Each year, the washroom manufacturer Cubicle Centre supports a charity at Christmas. This year ERIC, the children's bowel and bladder charity has been chosen.

In the past, Cubicle Centre has supported Dogs Trust, Make-A-Wish Foundation, CLIC Sargent and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. But this year the company wanted to give back to an organisation whose mission and values lie closer to its own.

Cubicle Centre, which manufacture toilet cubicles and washroom products for thousands of schools across the UK, helped redesign ERIC's School Toilet Charter earlier in 2015.

The School Toilet Charter is a key component of ERIC's Right to Go campaign, which aims to improve school toilets and care for children with continence problems in schools. The charter lists the standards of school toilets all schools should aim to reach.

Ged Hirst, Marketing Manager at Cubicle Centre said: "We are big fans of the work ERIC do. Their campaigns to improve school toilet conditions will help millions of children across the UK. They also do important work supporting children with continence problems and their families. These issues link to what we provide as a company and we look forward to what ERIC will achieve in 2016.”

Rhia Favero, Communications and Campaigns Manager at ERIC said: "We're thrilled that Cubicle Centre have recognised the great work the ERIC team are doing to improve toilet facilities in schools so that children and young people can go when they need to."

Cubicle Centre is a family run business based in Yorkshire. For more information about the company, the services it offers, and for a copy of the free School Washroom Guide, visit Cubicle Centre's website.