25 November 2015 (16.30)
Third party damage to one of our water mains has affected drinking water supplies to customers in Abercarn, Cross Keys, Ynysddu and surrounding areas.
We are currently carrying out emergency repair work and anticipate that water supplies should begin returning to normal by later this evening.
Further information can be found here and apologise for the inconvenience caused.
Welsh Water believes in educating our future generations about the environment and has developed a programme of activities for children - Living and Learning with Water
These activities, designed by educational experts, are linked to the National Curriculum and give primary school children the chance to understand the water cycle and the vital role that water plays in our everyday lives.
Since launching our Education Strategy, tens of thousands of children have been to our education centres – – Cog Moors and Cilfynydd in south Wales, Llyn Brenig in north Wales and the Elan Valley in mid Wales. Staffed by full-time seconded teachers or environmental rangers, the centres provide the opportunity to learn about the importance of water and give the children the opportunity to take part in practical activities such as The water cycle, water efficiency, pond-dipping, river studies, as well as many other hands on activities linked to the National Curriculum and outdoor learning. All visits to the centres are FREE OF CHARGE.