Affinity Water is launching a new campaign in St Albans District to challenge residents to save 10 litres of water each a day, to leave 1 million extra litres in the River Ver.
St Albans District uses more water than almost anywhere else in the UK, but in an ongoing campaign being launched this week by Affinity Water, its customers are being asked to visit www.getwaterfit.co.uk to find easy ways they can ‘save 10 a day’.
The campaign kicks off this weekend - Saturday 10th October - with a huge chalk drawing of the River Ver in Verulamium Park drawn by local artist Zoe from Herts Chalk Walk. Come see her in action, fun for all the family. Social distancing rules will apply.
Over the next two months Zoe’s artwork will appear all over the district, each one featuring a different mammal, bird, insect or fish living around our rare chalk stream, the Ver. We’ll be posting them all on www.facebook.com/AffinityWater .
Best of all, share your photos of the chalk trail with #save10aday and Affinity Water will add another £1 to our charity fund for every post.
• #save10aday to raise £10,000 for six local charities
• Claim your free water saving kit at www.getwaterfit.co.uk
• Help protect the River Ver, a rare local chalk stream
• Come to Verulamium Park this Saturday (10 October) to see local Herts Chalk Walk artist Zoe create large River Ver mural