Sewage pumps have been working round-the-clock in Caulcott
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Oxfordshire village of Caulcott suffers ongoing sewage problem

Residents in an Oxfordshire village are living with a recurring problem of sewers spilling their contents into the street.

People in Caulcott near Upper Heyford have seen their sewers overflow after heavy rainfall every year for nearly a decade.

Tankers have been in the village working round-the-clock to pump out the excess, a move Thames Water says is more cost effective than working to put the problem right.

  • 04 Feb 2014
  • From the section Oxford