Hosepipe ban? Drought? Not here

Went to Anakana near old street for lunch couple of weeks ago

Have to admit the food, the decor, the service, the price, it was all good. But one aspect of that afternoon that I am not able to forget is that the water was left running, the waiting staff were unable to stop the water apparently due to some ‘technical’ problems. With the hosepipe ban in effect most of us were not able to ignore it, I am sure the water wasted that day would have been enough to feed the lawns of a suburbian close somewhere.

1 Comment so far

  1. Robert Davies (unregistered) on August 15th, 2006 @ 12:12 am

    I just wanted to inform everyone about a song that has been written about the recent hosepipe ban, its called “Nosey Neighbours & The Hosepipe Ban” you can listen to the song here; http://www.myspace.com/noseyneighbours the song has been released under my new record label “Click Record Productions Ltd” i am currently only 18 years of age and have just finished my A Levels and will be going on to a degree in september.

    I co wrote the song with my sister and composed / produced the track in my bedroom at home.

    I created the song because I thought music can be used to create all types of message for others to hear and as such the hosepipe ban is a very important message to all of us UK Citizens as we are the ones that are suffering, because Water companies like Thames Water can’t seem to control their leaking of pipes.

    Enjoy the track

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