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    Water bills to be cut by 50 over the next five years - MSE News
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    • 18th Jul 19, 7:25 AM
    Water bills to be cut by 50 over the next five years - MSE News 18th Jul 19 at 7:25 AM
    Consumers will see their water bills cut by 50 over the next five years under plans unveiled by the watchdog today...
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    Wow, with that 10 a year saving I can now look forward to retiring a few years earlier.
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    Private water supply here, so won't have any impact on us
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    Private water supply here, so won't have any impact on us
    Originally posted by phoebe1989seb
    11K spent on a borehole would pay for quite a few years water bills though I'm guessing

    In addition we had an extension re-roofed in slate and had a borehole drilled. The latter was a big chunk of that budget at 11k.
    Originally posted by phoebe1989seb
    Please put out food and water for the birds and hedgehogs
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