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 The Barbados Water Authority is advising residents and businesses in parts of Christ Church and St. Philip that it will be changing a well pump at its Hampton Pumping Station, tomorrow, Friday, April 12, between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

The affected areas in Christ Church may include: Vauxhall, Durants, Seawell, Kingsland, Callenders, Lodge Road, Newton, Maxwell Hill, Charnocks, Lowlands, Coverley, Fairview, Pilgrim Road, Kendall Hill Park, Gall Hill, Wotton, Harmony Lodge, Water Street, Ealing Park, Ealing Grove, Atlantic Shores, Enterprise, Chancery Lane, Inch Marlow, Silver Sands, Round Rock, Goodland, Green Garden, Hopewell, Carters Gap, Fairy Valley, and surrounding districts.

In St Philip the affected areas may include: Heddings, St. Martins, Rices, Gemswick, Bequest, Wheelers, Long Bay Village, Cave Land, Seaview, Work Hall, Apple Hall, Lynches, Merricks, Eastbourne, Crane Park, Belair, Cobblers Rock, Diamond Valley, Kirtons, Wilcox, Mangrove, Windward Gardens, Long Bay, Harry Smith, Well House, Bottom Bay, Benthams, Atlantic Park, and surrounding areas.

Meantime, the BWA also advises residents and businesses in parts of St. Michael and Christ Church that it will be changing a well pump at its Belle Pumping Station on Saturday, April 13, between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.  As a result, residents and commercial customers may be affected by low water pressure and outages.

The areas that may be affected in St Michael are: Neils, Constant, Mount Friendship, Tichbourne, Howells Cross Road, Belmont, Mapp Hill, Fort George, Belleville, Carrington Village, Chapel Gap, Waterford, Bush Hall, Spooner’s Hill, White Hall, Grazettes, Station Hill, Black Rock, Cave Hill, Codrington, Paradise Heights, Halls Road, Martindale Road, Constitution Road, Bay View, Brittons Hill and surrounding districts.

In Christ Church the areas are: Hastings, Rendezvous, Amity Lodge, Marine Gardens, Navy Gardens, Worthing, Graeme Hall, Top Rock, Maxwell, Deal Gardens, Fairholme Gardens, Oistins,

The authority is encouraging customers to store an adequate supply of water for the duration of the shutdown. The Barbados Water Authority regrets any inconvenience which may be caused.

Barbados Water Authority

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