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Only Santa knows what was on Peppa Pig’s Christmas list, but she would surely want Mummy and Daddy Pig rescued from Wessex Water’s sewers after they were flushed down someone’s loo.
Wessex Water is building a new sewer to serve Chippenham’s High Street, meaning the road will be closed on non-market days from 5 January 2020.
Wessex Water has been recognised as a top performing water company by regulator Ofwat as it continues to provide outstanding service for customers.
A burst water pipe and flooding in the home is a nightmare at any time of the year, but in winter it can be catastrophic – leaving people without water and heating and facing hefty repair bills.
Thirsty visitors can now fill up reusable bottles with fresh tap water at County Hall in Trowbridge, thanks to a partnership initiative.
Wessex Water has been praised in the Consumer Council for Water's annual complaints report.
It might not sound the most enticing way to spend a Saturday, but there is a rare chance to discover what happens when a city flushes its toilets.
The community of Easton near Wells now has the reassurance of 24-hour access to a defibrillator, installed at the sewage pumping station in the village.
Wessex Water’s approach of partnership working and engaging with the communities it serves has gone from strength to strength during the last year, providing better outcomes for customers and the environment.
Children at Redland Primary School in Chippenham are enjoying a new playground, which has been upgraded by Wessex Water after nearby work.
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