THE IMPORTANCE of saving water was the lesson for pupils when Severn Trent visited schools.
It included a workshop at Harbury Primary School to mark World Water Day and to encourage pupils to think how they could save water.
Maxine Smith, who ran the workshop, said: “World Water Day is the perfect time for us to be talking about our wonderful water, and explaining why it’s such a precious resource that we all need to look after.
“The children made posters on how to save water, as well as taking part in our ‘Water Street’ workshop, which sees groups measuring out how much water each ‘family’ they’re given uses. We then see how much water they can save by giving them our handy water saving tips, which really showed them that with small actions, they can make big changes when it comes to saving water.
Severn Trent is urging everyone to consider small changes like swapping baths for showers, or fixing leaky loos, to help customers save water in the home.