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At Cambridge Water we deliver excellent water quality and secure and reliable water supplies supported by a first-rate customer experience to all customers and their communities.
We are carrying out works to repair a leak on Trumpington High Street, at the junction of Wingate Way.
Temporary three-way traffic lights are in place as we carry out the repairs. We expect these lights to be removed by 21:00 this evening.
We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Posted: 15 October, 10:17
We’re working to fix a burst main in Needingworth, St Ives, PE27.
We're sorry that this is causing some of our customers to experience low pressure. This will continue until the end of the week, when we are due to complete the repair. Posted: 14 October 2019; 13:21
We have successfully prosecuted Lanes Group for illegally taking water from a hydrant, through unauthorised use of a standpipe
We have received less than average rainfall over the 2018-19 period and we are very conscious of the impact this is having
We are in one of the driest regions in the UK, with lower annual rainfall than Barcelona, so we all need to do our part to save water.
Seventeen students took part in the first Young Innovators’ Panel to give the views of future customers.
Within the Cambridge region we continue to experience lower than average levels of rainfall. This is now starting to generate concerns relating to levels within watercourses and the local environment.
We were proud to sponsor one of the longest running and most famous folk festivals in the world.
The Love Water campaign asks the British public to help protect and value our precious water resources for future generations.
We have published our annual report to tell you how we've performed during 2018/19.
Rising temperatures mean you’ll be tempted to use more water to keep cool and keep your garden happy.
Our funding scheme for projects which enhance biodiversity is closing for applications at the end of July.
We’re proud to sponsor one of the city’s best-loved free outdoor events, organised by Cambridge City Council, the Cambridge Big Weekend.
As part of the award-winning Refill campaign, the UK public were urged to take part in National Refill Day on June 19, in a bid to prevent plastic pollution caused by single-use plastic water bottles.