A Cornish holiday resort at risk of losing half of its public toilets is asking businesses to help find ways to keep them open.
A cut in funding from Cornwall Council means six out of the twelve public toilets in St Ives could close. The parish council is facing a £75,000 shortfall.
The town's Mayor says the situation is 'unthinkable' and will hit tourism:
The Parish Council is considering asking pubs, bars and restaurants to open their toilets to the public, possibly for a charge. But some aren't convinced:
Cornwall Council agreed to fund public toilets at the current rate until the end of the Summer.
Watch the full report by Kathy Wardle here: