We have key worker roles that are essential to keep our networks flowing. We have 17 vacancies for tanker drivers. These are vital roles delivering to treatment sites and protecting the region’s environment. Applicants need HGV licence, full training given https://t.co/y1Pa6kTduK https://t.co/seZXlqicMv
Although our water parks are currently closed, the wildlife residents are keeping busy. And you can keep up to date with the famous Rutland Water ospreys on the webcam. You can also learn about these amazing birds using the teaching resources available from our friends at Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust, who manage the Rutland Osprey Project. Abi from the project sent us this update - and since she recorded this we've had the exciting news that the ospreys Maya and 33 have laid their first egg of the season! Tune into the webcam and download learning resources at www.lrwt.org.uk
It’s been a week of highs and lows for many. The impact of coronavirus and restrictions on movement are affecting us all, but we’re finding ways to work, keep in touch with loved ones and care for our communities. Essential services like water and sewerage have to continue and our frontline staff are out making sure the networks keep flowing. This image taken at 5am yesterday at Alton Water near Ipswich by Restoration Technician John Seager shows one of our emergency tankers keeping the taps on for customers while urgent work was taking place on the local network. Thank you to all our colleagues out working during lockdown, and all the key workers out looking after our region.