UK - London - Community and drought water
A young girl drinks fresh water from a water tanker, provided by Thames Water during the southern England drought of 1989. During the heatwave that saw reservoirs depleted and in the south west, dry up altogether.
A hosepipe ban and in some areas, tap water failed too so tankers stationed in affected areas so locals could fill up for essential use. Tourism increased as people visited tourist areas e.g. beaches at the weekends and took holidays in the UK rather than travelling abroad for the sun