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* Think Water: guidance on water in schools has information and advice about the health benefits of drinking water, and the care of water coolers and bottles. Copies from: Health promotion division, Welsh Assembly Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ or call Sue Bowker: 02920 826105; or see: www.learning. or

* Water UK website ( has information about water cooler initiatives, background information about water supplies and the latest health information updated by the British Medical Association.

* The Water for Health Alliance ( The alliance includes the School Health Education Unit; the Enuresis Resource and Information Centre (Eric), Kidney Research and the Chartered Institute for Environmental Health among others active in promoting drinking water.

* Eric and AquAid campaign (

* Yorkshire initiative with coolers, rap music, medical research (

* Northumbrian drinking water cooler initiative (

* Our World of Water by Joan Stephenson, foreword by Jacqueline Wilson (IWA Publishing, pound;11.99. Tel: 020 7654 5517.

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