ⓘ Bournemouth Water

                                     

ⓘ Bournemouth Water

Bournemouth Water provides drinking water to approximately 500.000 people from the port town of Poole to Beaulieu in the New Forest and from Bournemouth to Salisbury in Wiltshire, an area of over 1000 square kilometres.

                                     
  • Bournemouth ˈbɔːrnməθ listen is a coastal resort town on the south coast of England. At the 2011 census, the town had a population of 183, 491, making
  • Founded in 1899 as the Bournemouth Gas Water Co works side and joined the Hampshire League West Division in 1904. In 1921 Bournemouth Gasworks were placed
  • group acquired Bournemouth Water in a deal worth 100 million, integrating the company with South West Water but keeping the Bournemouth Water name. The company s
  • 50.727 N 1.840 W 50.727 - 1.840 O2 Academy Bournemouth is a live entertainment venue in Bournemouth Dorset, England. It is a grade - II listed building
  • ever structured Water Polo match - held in 1876 off Bournemouth Pier. The Dorset District Water Polo League was set up in 1898 with the sport played
  • Another antecedent of the modern game of Water Polo was a game of water handball played at Bournemouth on 13 July 1876. This was a game between 12
  • Winton is a suburb of Bournemouth in Dorset, England. It lies approximately 1 mile 1.6 km north of Bournemouth town centre, along Wimborne Road the
  • believed that one drains Canford Heath, one is fed from the Bournemouth and West Hampshire Water works at Francis Avenue and the third is supplied by road
  • Southbourne in 1894. The latter was incorporated into the Borough of Bournemouth in 1901. The village name derives from the Old English wīc, meaning dairy
  • Water supply and sanitation in the United Kingdom is provided by a number of water and sewerage companies. Twelve companies and organisations provide drainage