Another hosepipe ban hits 200,000 residents as Welsh Water imposes temporary measure


A third hosepipe ban has been announced in bone-dry Britain, with other water companies expected to follow suit.

Welsh Water imposed its temporary ban for customers in Pembrokeshire and a small part of Carmarthenshire yesterday, which will begin on August 19.

It means some 200,000 people will not be allowed to water their plants, wash their cars or clean windows using a hose.

Ian Christie, from Welsh Water, said: ‘We have not seen such prolonged dry conditions in Pembrokeshire since 1976.

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