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Wingham Well Spring Joins British Bottled Water Producers

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British Bottled Water Producers (BBWP) has announced that Wingham Well Spring ( has become a member of the Association.

The Kentish based firm, which supplies mains-fed and bottled water coolers across the whole of Kent, offers an unusual free loan, no contract service on its bottled water cooler range, which appeals to customers for its flexibility. Wingham Well Spring delivers its services and products throughout the whole of Kent serving both domestic and business customers.

The spring water for the bottled product is sourced on site in the aptly named Watercress Lane, near Canterbury, the site of a watercress farm. The water is packaged in 18.9 litre reusable bottles. 

Rob Walker, Director of Wingham Well Spring, says: “We have had a superb end to 2013 with unusually strong sales and growth in November and even December. We are keen to join British Bottled Water Producers to help support what we anticipate will be a busy time for the business in 2014 and beyond.”

Jo Jacobius, Director of BBWP, said: “We are delighted to welcome Rob Walker and his team to the Association. We’ve recently launched a new site and are keen for even more small and medium sized producers to join the network which is the only dedicated organisation representing solely British bottled water companies”.

For information about joining British Bottled Water Producers contact  or visit our Become a Member page.

Article posted on: 09 January 2014

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