Thursday, April 25, 2024

BWA repairing pump in St George

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The Barbados Water Authority (BWA) will be carrying out emergency work to replace a pump at a Pumping Station in St George on Wednesday, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Residents and businesses in some parts of St Michael, St George, Christ Church and St Philip may suffer low pressure or water outages during this time.

They are asked to store an adequate supply of water to help during this period and water tankers will also be dispatched to assist while the work is ongoing.

Areas which may be affected:

St Michael: Neils, Haggatt Hall, Belle Gully, Belle Tenantry, Licorish Village, My Lord’s Hill, Flint Hall, Welches, Martinique Road, Government Hill, Pine Plantation Road, Pine Gardens, Two Mile Hill, Upper Collymore Rock, Britton’s Hill and surrounding districts.

St George: Lower Brighton, First Step, Waverley Cot, Buttals Tenantry, Good Intent, Eastlynne, Manning’s Village, Walkers Valley, Constant, Windsor Tenantry, South District, Monroe Village, Dash Valley, Salters, Watts Village, Campaign Castle, Boarded Hall and surrounding areas.

Christ Church: Bannantyne, Edey Village, Cox Road, St David’s, Dayrell’s Hill, Lower Greys, Hannays Valley, Frere Pilgrim and surrounding districts.

St Philip: Brereton and surrounding areas. (PR/SAT)

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