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  • Burst water pipe causing supply issues in Perton
  • Our work to improve the sewerage system in Condover near Shrewsbury is almost complete. The sewage pumping station in the town has served the community well for years, but was approaching the end of its life.
  • Have you ever used a shave horse, a pole lathe or a drawknife? On Saturday (1 November) at Tittesworth Water – near Meerbrook and not far from Leek in Staffordshire – there’s the chance to try and create wooden crafts.
  • On Monday, we'll start installing almost three kilometres of brand new water pipes in Breadsall village, Derbyshire. The village’s cast iron water pipes have grown old, making them prone to bursts. To help make sure customers’ taps and toilets keep working, the water company will be investing over £400,000 to replace the old pipes.
  • We're holding a public exhibition at Cheltenham Town Football Club next Thursday (30 October), before the latest phase of our £5 million work to improve the sewers and help to prevent sewer flooding throughout Cheltenham begins.