Without water, life as we know it would be impossible. It's vital for essentials like drinking, cooking and cleaning – and crucial to the things we enjoy, whether that's brewing ale or setting the sail. Here are some stories about what we do behind-the-scenes to provide water for life.
Donating to support the work of the South Downs National Park
Meet the South Downs National Park – our Community Grant recipient for East Sussex.
Building a school rain garden with the Aquifer partnership
We’ve been supporting Moulsecoomb Primary school in Brighton to build a rain garden, led by The Aquifer Partnership.
Supporting and fundraising for people with Alzheimer’s
Lucy comments on our charity partnership with Alzheimer's Society, which raised over £65,000 to support those living with dementia.
Making a difference for those facing difficult circumstances
Rachel provides help and reassurance to customers who are facing difficult circumstances.
Monitoring soil health to protect crops and local water quality
Fiona prepares to share the findings of a five-year study into how soil health and local water quality can be protected.
Keeping an eye out for local wildlife
Martin recently rescued two winged visitors from our wastewater treatment process.
Supporting charities in the communities we serve
Tracy from the Aldingbourne Trust welcomes our Corporate Volunteers back on site to support the charity's valuable work.
Offering a fresh start to customers facing hardship
Joe makes sure customers entitled to financial support receive the help they need to turn things around.
Supporting people with mental health challenges
Abi from Heads On explains the impact hand-written messages from our volunteers have for those spending the festive season in hospital.
Working together to improve our services for you
Tony explores what changes we can make to improve our services for you.
Working with farmers to improve soil health and water quality
Fiona's working with farmers in the Western Rother area to raise awareness of the importance of soil health.
More water stories
You can read even more water stories here.