Hosepipe ban: Is there a hosepipe ban in my area? Latest bans MAPPED

In a statement posted to their website, South East Water said the July just gone was the driest on record since 1935.

The conditions, which saw just eight percent of average rainfall last month, have led the company to produce significantly more water than usual.

The firm said it has supplied “an additional 120 million litres of water a day”.

The hosepipe ban will ask customers in Kent and Sussex to stop using hosepipes or sprinklers from 12.01am on Friday, August 12.

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