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Hosepipe ban lifted by South East Water

The temporary hosepipe ban in Kent and Sussex has now been lifted

A spokesperson for South East Water said “From Wednesday 30 November, we’re pleased to say that our temporary hosepipe ban has ended. Thank you to our customers in Kent, Sussex and across our entire supply area for your continuous efforts to save water.”

“The significant rain throughout November has really helped our rivers and reservoirs recover from the scorching summer. The ground is now wet enough for water to continue to fill our underground chalk aquifers, and the rain has meant enough surface water is able to run into our rivers and reservoirs”

“Despite water levels in both our reservoirs and underground water sources being high enough to lift the temporary use ban, we need you to continue to be mindful of your water use where possible to help us keep the taps flowing for everyone.”

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