The number of public toilets maintained by Cheshire East Council's dropped by almost 30 over six years, according to new figures.
The BBC has been analysing statistics obtained under the Freedom of Information act for the number of council-run public toilets.
In 2012, there were 27 maintained by Cheshire East Council and by this year that had fallen to just two.
Across the West Midlands, three authorities - Wyre Forest, Herefordshire and Dudley - have each stopped maintaining more than 10 toilets over the same period.
Local authorities are not legally required to provide toilets, meaning they are often closed as councils look to cut costs.
You can see how many public toilets your local council still runs here on the BBC website.