To mark World Water Day 2017, Portsmouth Water and Southern Water teamed up to turn the spectacular Spinnaker Tower #Blue4Water, helping to shine a light on the global water crisis.
Joining Portsmouth Water, Southern Water and Coventry County Council in their quest to light up local landmarks, Northumbrian Water also turned the Empire Theatre in Sunderland #Blue4Water on 22 March.
Dressed as taps and armed with blue face paint, staff and storytellers from the Eden Project got into the World Water Day spirit, sharing their #Blue4Water snaps to raise awareness.
Sugar sales soared as keen bakers at MWH, Anglian Water, Wessex Water, Scottish Water and Severn Trent Water whipped up batches of amazing blue cakes as part of their World Water Day celebrations.
Dressing up and down
Supporters from South Staffs Water, South West Water and Affinity Water dug out their double denim, dazzling blue suits and statement make up to show their support for clean water.
SES Water marked World Water Day by taking staff to the hilltops of Kharelthok, Nepal, through our virtual reality film Aftershock. The film follows the community they rebuild their lives after the devastating earthquakes of 2015.