Hosepipe ban warning after early hot weather

Telegraph: England and Wales received only 21mm of rain last month, a third of the long-term average, according to the Environment Agency. The situation was especially bad in East Anglia, which is home to a large amount of the country's agriculture and uses a lot of water for irrigation. The lack of rain means water reserves are in danger of running low. In the South West, Bristol Water has been forced to pump water from the Severn to conserve its reservoirs. The company's main source, Chew Valley......

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