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I must say this is a good move from United Utilities but we need to check regularly of the water levels.

Yes, I hope the losses in the supply system can be reduced. They say that Ennerdale and Crummock the reservoirs that supply West Cumbria are now full, but if you look at the river level of South Tyne at Alston, on the environmental agency's mapping, it looks very low
http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/riverlevels/riverstation.aspx?StationId=8007&RegionId=3&AreaId=21&CatchmentId=102
It looks as if it's almost at 0m, and usually about 1m deep, unless that's a mistake of theirs. Does anyone know whether it is very low at the moment?

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