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seaton aquifer
2 July 2017 - 16:55, by Paul Goad, in Seaton Spring 0 comment
Seaton Spring water is drawn from the Magnesium Limestone aquifer which runs from north east and eastern England east of the Pennines from near Durham down to Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire with the base of the aquifer being significantly near the surface in the eastern part of County Durham.
glass of cold water and lemon
25 May 2017 - 12:18, by Rachel Wilkinson, in Seaton Spring 0 comment
Our bodies can't survive without water. Even mild dehydration can have a serious impact on both our physical and mental well-being. Here are some top tips & tricks to help you keep hydrated.
Seaton Spring Water Pumping Station
19th April 2017 - 15:06, by Paul Goad, Seaton Spring, O comment
This two part blog firstly plots the history of The Waterworks from when it was undeveloped farmland in 1893 through to the building of the pumping station during Edward VII’s reign up to its closure in the latter part of the 20th century.
water word art showing what Seaton Spring do differently
20th February 2017 - 16:55, by Paul Goad, Seaton Spring, One comment
There are some major things that differentiate us – our commitment solely to the North East with the only operating plant in the region, our focus on cooler hygiene as part of a wider health, safety and well-being initiative and the fact that with four WRAS qualified engineers we have twice as many as our largest rival meaning first rate service levels.
water workers cleaning reservoir at seaton spring
30 January 2017 - 13:18, by Paul Goad, Seaton Spring, One comment
The Waterworks at Seaton is an integral part of our heritage having provided water for the local community for over 110 years. Thanks to The Bulmer family this natural source is still flowing strong. This is the first of four blogs depicting the site's history and it's link to the Bulmer Family.
13 October 2016 - 21:43, by Rachel Goad, in Seaton Spring, Creative, No comment
Enjoy our fun water facts and find out how important water is to life on Earth. These facts are all put together in a fantastic short video with some interesting fun water facts for kids to learn.
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