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Cholderton and District Water
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Cholderton is a small company supplying villages in parts of Wiltshire and Hampshire.

  • Population supplied: 2,100

  • Daily supply: 1m litres

  • Mains pipe: 44 km

  • Leakage: N/A

  • Supply source: 100% ground

    RESTRICTION LEVEL

    Hosepipe ban, introduced in July 2005, was lifted in December 2006.

    MORE INFORMATION

    Cholderton and District Water is the smallest water company in the UK. It was set up by Act of Parliament in 1904 to serve the estate of Henry Charles Stephens, the inventor of blue-black ink.

    It has one treatment plant and one service reservoir.

    CONTACT DETAILS

    Estate Office
    Cholderton
    Salisbury
    Wiltshire
    SP4 0DR

    Tel: 01980 629 203
    Fax: 01980 629 307




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