A Cornish village has pulled together to save two of its most popular facilities from closing.
The public toilets in Gorran Haven were due to shut in April as part of council cuts - but now the community has taken them over, along with an old phone box.
The phone box has been turned into a library to help fund the loos. Books are available to borrow, swap or buy - with all proceeds going towards keeping the loos up and running.
It is proving a big hit with visitors and locals alike - everyone seemingly anxious to spend a penny.
Anna Flavell cleans them twice a week. She's part of a rota made up of local volunteers and has a special reason for helping out.
Even the local schoolchildren are doing their bit to support the new venture - bringing a few flowers to brighten up the village loos.