Two thousand homes in Bristol are without water because of a burst main in Bedminster.
Bristol Water has set up a water supply point at Bedminster Down Common, opposite South Bristol Crematorium. Customers are being asked to bring suitable, clean water containers.
The burst has been located on the A38 between the Kings Head and the Town and Country Club. Engineers are working to fix the problem.
Water has been restored to hundreds of homes in Bristol's Bedminster, which had been without it for hours due to a burst pipe.
Bristol Water says engineers have how restored supplies, though warns the work may have caused some discolouration in the water.
Many homes in the Bedminster area of Bristol are without water due to a burst pipe.
Bristol Water says engineers are working to get things back to normal. It also says when the water does come back it might be discoloured - and that customers should the run the first mains-fed cold water tap for half an hour to clear it.
Bristol Water has reported that it's dealing with a burst main outside the school in Glenfrome Road, Bristol. It's warning householders to expect pressure and supply problems.
A scheme to build a huge reservoir in Somerset has moved a step closer after being approved by Sedgemoor District Council. The £125m storage facility would be built close to the existing Cheddar reservoir to meet increasing demand for supplies.
Bristol Water needs final approval from Ofwat before the plans can go ahead. The industry regulator is due to consider the scheme in the autumn. But it could take another year or two before work starts. Archaeologists are currently sweeping the site in advance of any construction work.
A spokesman for Bristol Water said: "The company believes that the reservoir, if built, will provide a much needed new source of water in Somerset - as well as being of enormous long term recreational and conservation benefit."
*CGI video from Bristol Water shows how the reservoir might look.
Bristol Water says supplies are now back to normal after more than 20,000 people were left cut off overnight. A burst water main yesterday affected homes and businesses in Burnham, Berrow, Highbridge and Lympsham.
Read the latest details from the water company here.
Thousands of homes in Burnham-on-Sea, Berrow, Highbridge and Lympsham are without water tonight after a mains burst.
Bristol Water has issued an update at 22:50 tonight:
Hundreds of people have been queueing for water at Tesco in Burnham on Sea. 24,000 residents in Somerset were left without water all day after a major water main burst. There are also tanks at Morrisons.
Bristol Water has replaced the pipe on the A38 at the East Brent roundabout but says water is unlikely to be back on before tomorrow morning.
Updates from Bristol Water can be found on their website by clicking here.
24 thousand people in the Burnham on Sea area have been without water all day after a major water main burst.
There have been long queues for bottled water at Tesco in Burnham supplied by Bristol Water. There are also water tanks in Morrisons car park. The company has replaced the pipe on the A38 at the East Brent roundabout but says water is unlikely to be back on before tomorrow morning.
North Somerset Council has made a U-turn on plans to close the main road through Barrow Gurney for six months.
Barrow Street was due to be shut to allow Bristol Water to carry out essential work, but the road will be kept open using traffic lights.