Water supplies are returning to customers in East Sussex after a burst main overnight.
Technicians have been working throughout the day to restore the burst water main although some areas may still be affected.
South East Water is working to repair a serious burst on a large water main in South Chailey which has caused supplies to be affected in Barcombe, Ditchling, Plumpton, Keymer, Hassocks and Chailey.
South East Water is currently dealing with a burst water main affecting many areas in East Sussex.
Bottled water is available for those affected at the following locations:
- Barcombe Village Hall, Barcombe Mills Road, BN8 5BH
- Hassocks Parish Hall, BN6 8QH
Bottled water has also been delivered to vulnerable customers who have already registered with South East Water.
Around 3,600 homes in East Sussex have been left without water after a burst water main last night.
Some schools in Plumpton and Ditchling have been forced to close, although some supplies are now being restored.
South East Water have been handing out hundreds of bottles of water in villages around Lewes while they carry out repairs.
The incident happened just before midnight.
A warning has been issued to people out fishing after a swan had to have a fishing hook removed from its tongue.
The bird was rescued from Ditchling Common Country Park in East Sussex. The East Sussex Wildlife Rescue is urging anglers to discard lines and hooks properly.
A farm in East Sussex is looking for retirement homes for 9,000 hens.
Mac's organic farm in Ditchling has decided to rehome its older chickens, rather than send them for slaughter.
They're working with animal welfare organisations to find hundreds of new owners across the UK.
Police are investigating the death of a girl at a house in Ditchling.
The unnamed girl from Lewes was discovered in Ditchling after paramedics were called to South Street on Friday morning.
She had been found collapsed by a friend and was declared dead at the scene. Sussex Police say they are treating the death as unexplained.
Cows will be moved to a new field in East Sussex in order to protect the land for future generations.
The landowner has reintroduced grazing at Ditchling Common Country Park in May after the site was named a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
From the end of July, young heifers will be moved to a new area of the park where they will graze on the grass and improve the environment for wildlife.
Sussex police are appealing for help from train passengers to help find a man wanted over a series of burglaries.
36-year-old Mark Vine is wanted for questioning over more than a dozen break-ins in Hassocks and Ditchling.
Police think he could be in areas such as Brighton and Hove, Porstmouth or Mid Sussex and is using trains to get around.
In each case the homes were entered and searched after the owners went out in the middle of the day.
The thieves took thousands of pounds worth of expensive jewellery during the burglaries as well as computers, cash, cameras and collectable ornaments.
Mark Vine is described as white, 5'8" and of proportionate build. He has short black hair and green eyes.
A reward of £500 is now being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for the burglaries.