The May bank holiday weekend is slowly creeping up on us and many people will be making the most of the days by heading out and about.

But getting caught short may ruin your day.

Last year brothers Thomas and Charles Riley set up website Lockdown Loo to help people get access to facilities which are open.

The website shares the location of every public toilet currently open in the UK has been created.

It features an interactive map with close to 6,000 public toilets listed.

Many public toilets were temporarily closed during the various lockdowns.

The site allows users to search for facilities that are currently open near them, should they need to relieve themselves while out and about.

It relies on members of the public sharing their local knowledge and submitting information about public toilets open near them.

We've taken a look at the list of loos that are open in the Lake District so you won't get caught out this bank holiday.

Here's where you'll find a loo in the Lakes:

  • Whinlatter Forest Centre Lake District
  • Dodd Wood, near Bassenthwaite
  • Gem Derwent Services Keswick
  • The Lakeside car park, Keswick
  • Pooley Bridge Ullswater Cumbria
  • Askham Hall Gardens, Askham, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2PF
  • Lake District National Park, Buttermere
  • Aira Force Car Park
  • Glenridding car park
  • Watendlath car park, Borrowdale
  • Rosthwaite Borrowdale
  • Seatoller, Borrowdale
  • Stock Lane car park Lake District
  • Great Langdale National Trust
  • Rydal Road car park, Ambleside
  • Wray Castle, Hawkshead
  • Waterhead car park, Ambleside
  • Gem Troutbeck Bridge, Windermere
  • Tarn Hows
  • Main St, Hawkshead, Ambleside
  • Coniston Boating Centre
  • Monk Coniston car park
  • Rayrigg Road Car Park, Bowness-on-Windermere
  • Ferry House, Windemere
  • Plantation Filling Station
  • Westmorland services
  • Booths, Kendal
  • Morrisons, Kendal
  • Asda, Kendal

To find out where the nearest public toilet is to you, click here.