Thames Water is sending a truck of bottled water to Headington following the burst of a water main this morning.
Spokesman Simon Evans has said engineers are currently digging in Old Road to fix the burst but he said it could be the end of the day before it is fully fixed.
He said: “It will be a couple of hours before the bottled water arrives but hopefully with a fair wind we will not even need it.
“We are very sorry to everyone in the Headington area and we are working as fast as we can to fix it.”
We're getting reports that a burst water main is affecting hundreds of homes in Headington, Oxfordshire, this morning.
Water supplies went off at around 6.30am and it's believed homes between Ramsay Road and Snowdon Mede are affected - on what's hoped to be one of the hottest days of the year.
The problem relates to a burst water pipe in the Old Road and Windmill Road areas.
A loaded crossbow, a taser, four knives, and approximately 20 deals worth of cannabis have been found in drugs raid in Headington.
Thames Valley Police conducted the search yesterday under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
A 27-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of possession of class B drugs with intent to supply and possession of offensive weapons. He has been released on bail until 15 June.
Residents say that traffic improvement works in the Headington area of Oxford are making their lives a misery because drivers are going the wrong way down one way streets. The county council says it's aware of the problems but it can't help it if people ignore clear signs.
Thames Valley Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy on suspicion of rape after an incident in Hollow Way Park, Headington, on the evening of Friday 16th March. The victim was a 15-year-old girl. The assault is believed to have happened in an area near a basketball court at around 8.30pm.