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Here you'll find our very latest Yorkshire Water news and contact details for our media team.

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Posted by Sarah
September 19, 2017
Divers to inspect coastal pipes along Yorkshire coastline

Sewer outfall pipes along the coastline that stretch up to three kilometres out to sea will be inspected by our contractors including divers to make sure they are in the best condition. 

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Posted by Sarah
September 18, 2017
£3.6 million investment in Goole’s drinking water

Investment in Goole and Snaith’s drinking water is underway as we install innovative technology at Cowick Water Treatment Works.

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Posted by Sarah
September 15, 2017
Financial boost for Marsden Jazz Festival

We're suppoprting the 26th annual Marsden Jazz Festival for the second year running. The festival is one of the largest of its kind in the country and sees the population within the Pennine village rise by over 100% over the increasingly popular weekend.   

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Posted by Sarah
September 15, 2017
Road reopens two weeks ahead of schedule

We've completed work to prevent sewer flooding to homes on West Street in Bailiff Bridge two weeks ahead of schedule.

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Posted by Sarah
September 12, 2017
Family visit site of pioneering ancestor who dug deep to bring clean water to Hull

A family from North London visited Hull last week to see their ancestor’s pioneering project which brought clean drinking water to the city for the first time back in 1859. 

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Posted by Sarah
September 8, 2017
Colourful kites soar across Scammonden reservoir

The South Pennines’ International Kite Festival, Fly! got off to a flyer last Friday as colourful kites decorated the skies at Scammonden reservoir.

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Posted by Sarah
September 7, 2017
Colleagues saddle up again for charity ‘Tour de Football’ bike ride

Colleagues are once again getting on their bikes to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice, Cancer Research and Macmillan Cancer Support.

On the 15th September, 18 staff plan to cycle around 12 football clubs in Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside in memory of former colleague, Wendy Herndlhofer.

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Posted by Sarah
September 6, 2017
Increased resilience in Horsforth’s water supply

Local residents in Horsforth will soon be benefiting from a more resilient water supply as we are due to replace almost three hundred and fifty metres of new water pipes.

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Posted by Sarah
September 1, 2017
Hull gets three new watering holes - and none of them are a pub

We have installed three eye-catching public drinking fountains in Hull in a drive to revitalise a Victorian tradition by improving access to free and fresh drinking water in the city centre.

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