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Potential water disruption for Castlebellingham and nearby areas, say Irish Water

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Irish Water have begun essential works in Drogheda.

Residents and businesses in Castlebellingham and surrounding areas may experience disruption to their water supply over the course of 24 hours starting on Thursday afternoon, say Irish Water.

Due to a burst watermain, consumers may experience supply disruption between 4pm on Thursday and 3pm on Friday (January 10) due to essential maintenance undertaken by Irish Water and Louth County Council.


The areas that may be affected are Milestown, Maine, Lynns, Annagassan, Castlebellingham, Kilsaran, Williamstown, Greenmount, Mullins Cross, Drumleck, Wottonstown, Braganstown, Drumcar, Bolies, Drumeenagh, Dunleer and surrounding areas.

“Irish Water understands the inconvenience when a burst occurs and thanks customers for their patience while we work to repair the burst and restore normal supply to impacted customers. Irish Water and Louth County Council regret any inconvenience caused,” a statement read.

Consumers can check for updates on Irish Water’s supply and service website, call 1850 278 278 or contact the company via Twitter on @IWCare.

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