Turner Road, Beaumont Close, Charter Way, Kingswood Road, Lufkin Road and Fieldview Close affected by burst water main

Gazette: Homes without water due to burst water main Homes without water due to burst water main

HOMES in some Colchester roads currently have very low water pressure, or no water at all, due to a burst water main.

Turner Road, Beaumont Close, Charter Way, Kingswood Road, Lufkin Road and Fieldview Close are affected.

Anglian Water said it aims to have the problem fixed by 8pm this evening.

It has warned residents that water may be cloudy or discoloured when it comes back on, and has asked people to run their taps for a couple of minutes until it clears.

If it does not clear, please call 03457 145 145.

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7:05pm Wed 11 Jun 14

TheBrotherhoodOfTheBell says...

these are some of the people who put up false and fake no parking signs to car drivers, trying discourage them from a quick park in the street, to visit someone half dead in the great white elephant house of horrors.
they say karma works in strange ways.
i do hope you get your water back soon.
presumably the great unwashed now prevails?
these are some of the people who put up false and fake no parking signs to car drivers, trying discourage them from a quick park in the street, to visit someone half dead in the great white elephant house of horrors. they say karma works in strange ways. i do hope you get your water back soon. presumably the great unwashed now prevails? TheBrotherhoodOfTheBell
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12:59am Thu 12 Jun 14

Boris says...

What about Hollymead Close?
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Anyway, we are all liable to suffer this kind of mild inconvenience now and again. Sensible people keep a few containers of water ready for such "emergencies", which are as nothing compared with having to fetch water from several kilometres away, which is what millions of people have to do every day.
What about Hollymead Close? . Anyway, we are all liable to suffer this kind of mild inconvenience now and again. Sensible people keep a few containers of water ready for such "emergencies", which are as nothing compared with having to fetch water from several kilometres away, which is what millions of people have to do every day. Boris
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