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STAY HYDRATED AT BBC COUNTRYFILE LIVE

Every day, Thames Water make sure 15 million people in the South of England have world-class water – for sipping, splashing and living life. At BBC Countryfile Live, we're making free drinking water easily accessible to all our visitors.

Stop by the Thames Water Tap Bar to top up your bottle with their tap water for free, or buy a reusable Sigg bottle for just £5.

Drinking tap water is kind to the planet - the production of a litre of bottled water creates 500 times more carbon dioxide than a litre of tap water. And plastic bottles don’t just disappear once we’ve gulped down the contents – they end up polluting your rivers and oceans, as they take hundreds of years to break down.


Why not make a change? Bring your own bottle to CountryFile, and refill it with world-class tap water for free. Thames Water, who make sure 15 million people in the South have world-class water in their homes, are here at the show. Visit their tap water bar on the Village Green, or stop by one of their bottle fountains around the site. Enjoy the taste, and protect the planet.

WHERE CAN I GET WATER FROM AT THE EVENT

Thames Water are the Official Tap Water Provider at CountryFile. You can top-up your bottle with world-class tap water for free from their Taptastic Not Plastic bar, which is located on the village green, or five of their bottle fountains dotted around the site. Look for the symbol on the map!

For answers to more FAQ's regarding free drinking water onsite, please click here.

OFFICIAL TAP WATER SPONSOR

This summer, Thames Water are celebrating their tap water by bringing it to more places than ever before through the Thames Water Tap Bar.

Choosing tap water means we can drive down the millions of plastic bottles that end up as landfill or in our waterways, creating a better future for our region and our planet.

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