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Update: water supply issues in the GU1, GU2, GU3, GU4 and GU5 areas has been resolved

The majority of customers' supply should have returned by now. However for those who are still without supply, this will be as a result of air pockets. Read advice from Thames Water about no water or low pressure

If you are still experiencing issues with your water supply this morning you can get free bottled water from a Thames Water bottled water station. For water stations opening times and updates, visit Thames Water website.

If you need support from an engineer to get your water supply back to normal, please call Thames Water on 0800 316 9800.

Join Ask Me About Domestic Abuse webinars

domestic abuse webinars

One in three women will experience domestic abuse at some point in their adult lives and as many as one in six men.

The webinars aims to raise awareness of domestic abuse and local support services. During the webinars you will hear from:

  • South-West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service
  • Surrey Police

They will tell you:

  • why we need to break the silence on domestic abuse
  • how to be confident and recognise indicators of domestic abuse
  • how to recognise coercive control
  • know how to support a friend, family member or work colleague that may be experiencing domestic abuse
  • how to consider becoming a local Domestic Abuse Champion

These online webinars are open to all and organised by:

  • Guildford and Waverley Community Safety Partnerships
  • South-West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service.

When is the webinar?

  • 1pm on 29 November 2022
  • 7pm on 6 December 2022

How long will the webinar take?

Around an hour.

How do I sign up?

The online webinar will be held on Microsoft Teams. You will need to register to one of the sessions below to join the webinar.

Register for the online webinar at 1 pm

Register for the online webinar at 7 pm

You can find out more about the webinars on Healthy Surrey website.