I live in a rural area and the only 2 supermarkets (same chain) within a hundred or so miles have no seats anywhere indoors, have no lock on the baby changing/disabled toilet and no seat on the toilet. The womens toilets reek, and i don't even pee in there let alone feed my baby in them. I don't want to feed my baby in the toilet anyway, but if there were a seat on the toilet of the disabled one I would if stuck. Luckily I have recently bought a carrier that I can feed my dd in , but I don't think that's the point. I really feel like complaining about their rubbish facilities for feeding babies. Failing that I might take a garden chair with me the next time I go and set up camp in the dairy aisle. Are places like supermarkets obliged to provide facilities for mothers and babies?