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Press releases for January 2012

Angmering Village Hall has become one of the first community organisations in Sussex to join forces with Southern Water to make the most of precious local water resources.


“By ensuring investment in our communities we are able to support thousands of jobs, while delivering improved services and a wide range of environmental improvements, such as cleaner seas and rivers.”


School children are tending their new sensory garden with rainwater thanks to Southern Water.


Southern Water teamed up with the Woodland Trust and Sussex Wildlife Trust to plant a mini forest of trees at a wastewater treatment works.


Southern Water and its supplier MTS Cleansing Services have helped empty and refill a historic roadside pond to encourage wildlife to thrive there.


A dozen young people have taken their first steps in a new career, thanks to Southern Water.


Rochester Cathedral is the venue for a special screening of the classic1946 black and white film Great Expectations.


Professional basketball players have dropped in to Chesswood Middle School to teach students about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.


Pupils at a Medway school are celebrating after being invited to showcase their award winning idea for saving water and energy at a national science and technology fair.


Southern Water is reminding customers to check the identity of people calling at their homes after reports of bogus callers operating in Chatham.


An environmental scheme that will improve the quality of the River Medway is reaching its final stages.


Waterwise speaker Ed Wain was delighted to receive some unexpected feedback from a presentation at a primary school – 45 thank you letters from the children.


Sewer improvement work is set to start in Walmer, Kent.


A flood protection scheme in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, is entering its final phase.


A scheme to improve the sewer system in the Botany Bay area of Sholing is making good progress.


Children will dip for wildlife in their new pond, thanks to Southern Water.


Customers across Hampshire, Sussex and Kent are receiving hundreds of thousands of pounds in benefits and tax credit payments due to support from Southern Water.


An environmental scheme that will improve the quality of the River Medway is reaching its final stages.


Essential repairs to a sewer in Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Kent, start this week.


Young swimmers went to great lengths to raise more than £850 for the RNLI.

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