Weatherhead’s In the Media: TV, Radio & Newspaper Appearances
Our experts at A Weatherhead Drilling Services assisted and advised BBC’s the One Show with a topical piece on the current water shortages affecting the UK.
22nd April 2015
The Horse Trust
“Nothing But the Best for Horse Trust Horses”. With around 100 horses and ponies in its care the demand for water at The Horse Trust’s Home of Rest for Horses at Speen is enormous. The Trust writes fondly of its borehole drilled by Weatherhead Drilling Services and describes the water as ‘one of the finest waters in the world’.
2nd September 2012
The Daily Mail
‘The Great Bore’. The Weatherhead group featured in an article written by Paul Harris on Saturday 8th April 2006. The article featured our activity in drilling boreholes for water.
5th May 2006
BBC Radio 4 invited Andy Weatherhead into the studio to take part in an item regarding the water shortages for You and Yours, which was broadcast on Radio 4 on Tuesday 9th May 2006.
9th May 2006
The Bucks Herald
‘Bore your own water supply’. This article catches up with Weatherhead Drilling Services on site at Speen, Buckinghamshire. It describes the increase in enquiries for boreholes since Thames Water and the Three Valleys introduced a hosepipe ban. Andy Weatherhead describes what drilling for your own water supply entails.
18th April 2006
‘Beating the Ban’. In a LIVE link to the studio, News Correspondant, Kier Simmonds, interviews Andy Weatherhead and his drilling team on site in Buckinghamshire to highlight what drilling for your own water supply entails.
18th April 2006
Today Oxford entered the second week of the hosepipe ban enforced by Thames Water, and with the Spring/Summer progressing, many gardeners in the county are finding it increasingly difficult to keep their plants and lawns in a healthy state. BBC Radio Oxford called in our expert Andy Weatherhead to explain how water supply boreholes could be a solution to this difficult problem.
10th April 2006
‘The Great Hose Conspiracy’. Andy Weatherhead discusses boreholes as an option for keeping British gardens going in the drought ridden South.
9th April 2006