Welsh Water in the Community

We work with schools to encourage children to love and value water.

Our activities, led by seconded teachers, equip pupils to become global citizens, with an understanding of sustainability and its impact on the local community. Thousands of pupils visit one of our four education Discovery Centres each year and have a fantastic time - and it’s all FREE!

Our Centre Visits

Come behind the scenes and see how we provide you safe, clean drinking water and how we treat wastewater and keep our rivers and beaches clean.

Our qualified teachers and industry professionals will help you discover your role in sustainable water management and give you tips how to become more water efficient and help the environment.

Our School Visits

Our award winning education team will visit your school or college to give an assembly where we teach children about all things to do with water! How we collect it, treat it, use it and clean it.

Our interactive workshops are led by seconded teachers who educate children through the most creative lessons and equip children to become water ambassadors, with an understanding climate change, community and Welsh Water’s business messages.

To learn more about what we can offer schools please visit our corporate website


Community Fund

The Welsh Water Community Fund has been set up to boost colleague fundraising and work in the community.

The initiative means colleagues who raise money for good causes will see their efforts matched up to a value of £200 per person – or up to £500 for teams of at least four people.


As part of our efforts to encourage and support work that benefits the communities we serve, it will also award funding of up to £1,000 per project in areas where our work has had an impact on the community.  To find out more please visit our Community Fund page, found here.