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23 May 2018

Keeping the taps flowing, today and tomorrow

Water is vital for life, our economy, our environment and also our enjoyment, so we are continually looking to the future to make sure we have enough to go around for both today and tomorrow. We get much less rain […]

23 May 2018

Rutland Aqua park competition

Facebook competition terms and conditions The individual prize in this competition is a 4 tickets for the Rutland Aqua Park  The prize will be delivered the winner and they will not be required to pay anything extra for postage and […]

18 May 2018

Pesticide amnesty in Essex hailed a success

A pesticide amnesty sponsored by Anglian Water has enabled the removal of over a tonne of unused and redundant pesticides from farms in Essex. The pesticide amnesty, focused around Drinking Water Protected Areas feeding the Ardleigh Reservoir, was the third […]

All archived news

    1. 22 May 2014

      Rare songbirds back at Grafham

      One of the UK’s fastest disappearing birds, the Nightingale, is back on Cambridgeshire turf and in slightly increased numbers, according to Anglian Water who have been surveying the birds again this year.

    2. 20 May 2014

      East of England home to some of the best beaches in the world

      From Lincolnshire to Essex, the East of England officially boasts some of the best and cleanest beaches in the world after Keep Britain Tidy today announced the winners of the 2014 Blue Flag and Seaside Awards.

    3. 14 May 2014

      Plans moving forward at Bradlaugh Fields

      Plans for a new water and wildlife feature at Bradlaugh Fields have been proposed by Anglian Water and Northampton Borough Council this week.

    4. 12 May 2014

      £21 million investment at water recycling centre to support city's economy and growth

      A £21 million upgrade to Anglian Water’s water recycling centre in Cambridge will get underway this month.

    5. 08 May 2014

      A new nature reserve for Norwich

      Anglian Water has opened the gates to visitors of Norfolk’s newest nature reserve on the edge of Norwich.

    6. 02 May 2014

      First partners named in supply chain deal worth up to £9billion

      Anglian Water has named its first capital delivery partners in supply chain deals that will be worth between £6 and £9 billion over 15 years, and support upwards of 10,000 jobs across the region.

    7. 30 April 2014

      Half of region’s DIYers likely to call in the professionals this Bank Holiday

      Bank holidays are often spent fixing odd jobs in the home but householders in the East of England might want to leave these to the professionals. According to a poll, over 50 per cent of the region’s DIYers resort to calling in tradespeople to complete jobs.

    8. 29 April 2014

      New campsite planned for Alton Water

      Anglian Water has unveiled plans for a new campsite at Alton Water near Ipswich.

    9. 28 April 2014

      Getting to grips with future water scarcity: Anglian Water contributes to the debate in leading academic journal

      Anglian Water is one of just four companies to be invited to contribute to a leading academic journal in a special analysis of the risks posed to business by predicted future water scarcity.

    10. 22 April 2014

      Suffolk skeletons discovered

      Nine skeletons and many other artefacts have been unearthed by archaeologists working on behalf of Anglian Water in Suffolk.


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