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It's fair to say that most of us go through life taking water for granted. But if we stop to think about it, maybe there are certain times where water means more to us or certain places where it affects our feelings more. 

So here we would like you to share your thoughts or stories about when you truly appreciate precious water. Another way to think about this, is what you would miss most if you could only use half the amount of water you do currently.  

So let's have your ideas about wonderful water. Hit the 'Got A Great Idea?' button below and get started! 

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Over the past 50 or 60 years enthusiasts and later British Waterways,have spent huge ammounts of time,moneyand a lot ow work in restoration programs,building back a wonderful [Check Birmingham alone;] Wonderful peaceful and friedly holidays to be had there.If you have a local canal take a walk along the towpath. Ipromise you it is a different world,peppered with wild life and so many friendly people,willing anytime to pass a few minutes in conversation.

George Richardson
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all the water that is bottled is taking it away from our taps. and bore holes all need to be banned bottled water does nothing for anyone only putting cash in to these companys pockets

john herron
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Many people use power washers which obviously need a continuous supply of water.  Many people have water butts in their garden.  During the winter/wet weather the water butts fill but don't get emptied as the garden doesn't need anymore water.  So I bought a hose which attaches to my power washer at one end whilst the other end gets submerged into one of my water butts (I have four).  Result, the driveway gets cleaned and the water butts get emptied.  When working to far away for the hose to...

Gail Brown
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Are they regulated or are they an excessive use of our precious water.

George Richardson
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Water it's a circle of life. We take it for granted. Man (us people) are destroying the environmental system making it go faster one day we will wake up. It's not the water but the dirty water what people do to get rid off it. It destroys our system's. So blame man and you'd lazy shores. You might not understand this but I will make you understand.

dazmason
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My daughter spends an age in the shower- just standing there and humming to herself.... I dread to think how much hot water goes straight down the plug hole. She's not even washing.... just standing... I'm sure this is where half our water consumption goes..... what can I do?

Amy Hunter
by Amy Hunter
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What do you think the massive loss of equatorial rain forest is doing to the British climate.

George Richardson
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I love going on cruises, this does need a lot of water though! But at least water is not wasted in the process.

Mary O'Connor
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With 2 rugby playing sons, there is a sunday ritual at this time of year of them arriving home covered in .mud.Muddy kit is peeled off(on the doorstep!) boys in the shower then after 15minutes clean fresh smelling lads appear!

anita lewis
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scientists say we are 70% water. I think some of us maybe even more than that. lol :-) But seriously, either way, if you don't love water, you don't love people (or at most 30% of them), and theres got to be something wrong with that.  What do you think?

Waterwatereverywhere
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