From a recent Guardian editorial In praise of… public drinking fountains:

Many surviving public drinking fountains of the Victorian era are a template for what our cities again need more of today – prominent and well-designed structures in streets, squares and parks supplying clean, cold and free water for the refreshment of thirsty citizens.

And let's not forget the reduction in single-use plastic bottles that would go with this. Has anyone got a campaign started I could join in with?

AuthorJonathan Clark