Notting Hill Carnival is just around the corner, and many of you will be dusting off your Carnival outfits and getting ready to join in with this celebration of Caribbean culture.
This year, the carnival will take place over the August bank holiday weekend; Saturday August 29 to Monday August 31. The main carnival parade and events will take place on the final two days.
And every year is the same... You'll be having fun and drinking rum punch and suddenly realise there are no loos!
But public toilets aren't the only places where you can relieve yourself. Some local residents and neighbours will be opening their doors to bursting Carnival-goers at a price, mainly along Ladbroke Grove itself.
Each year, more and more people are using the Carnival to earn a bit of cash by opening up their private loos to the public over the bank holiday weekend.
By the end of the day, using a loo could cost as much as £5 so make sure you have some cash on you.
However, if you aren't willing to pay to use a bathroom, temporary public toilets and urinals are provided for Carnival participants and visitors by the two councils.
The following map details all the attractions at the Carnival, including the locations of public toilets:
To assist the public to find the toilets, over 100 signs are attached to lampposts pointing to the direction of the nearest one, and a handy Notting Hill Carnival App can be downloaded from the Android Market or the Apple Store to help you find the nearest loo.
Don't get caught short this weekend!
For more transport details, including how to get to the Carnival by Tube, bike or bus, visit our Notting Hill Carnival transport guide.