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The end of ‘Dry January' but no top-up in sight for region's water supplies




It's not just the region's wine glasses that have been dry this January; as the East of England receives below average rainfall so far this winter.

The end of ‘Dry January' but no top-up in sight for region's water supplies.
The end of ‘Dry January' but no top-up in sight for region's water supplies.

Despite the on-going dry weather Anglian Water says its water supplies are secure and the company's engineers are already working to maintain and strengthen their water resource levels across the East of England, in preparation for next summer.

Following one of the hottest summers on record last year, and below average rainfall so far this winter, the water company is investing an additional £6.5m to make sure it's equipment is ready for whatever this summer brings, and is asking its customers to use water wisely in their own homes too.


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