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UK school brings fresh water to remote village in Tamil Nadu

Earlier the villagers had to walk long distances to fetch water for daily activities.

A water tank being installed by the school being inaugurated in the village. Images - Bryanston School.

A project by the Bryanston School in Dorset, United Kingdom has made clean drinking water accesssible to the residents of Padhirivedu St village in Tamil Nadu, a southern state of India.

A deep borewell, water pump and 2,000 litre storage tank was installed by the school as part of their  Life Water programme in association with their catering supplier, Chartwells, and partner charity, drop4drop.

The villagers have access to clean drinking water for the first time in their village. 

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