Our AquAid Southampton branch is one of the larger of our branches, servicing a broad range of customers covering many regions in England’s South East.

The branch began operations in 2000 and is managed by the capable and experienced Darren Fleming. Based in Eastleigh Hampshire, Darren and his team have been supplying water coolers, dispensers and bespoke water supply solutions to their more than 1,250 customers at offices, worksites, care facilities, hospitals, offices, universities, colleges and schools in and around the Southampton area for the past 17 years.

AquAid Southampton is located at Unit 6, Brookwood Industrial Estate, Brookwood Avenue, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 9EY.

Areas Covered

Bitterne, Bognor Regis, Chichester, Fareham, Gosport, Hamble, Hedge End, Isle of Wight, Midhurst, Newport, Petersfield, Portsmouth, Southsea, Waterlooville.

Billingshurst, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Cranleigh, Crawley, Crowborough, Dorking, Eastbourne, East Grinstead, Haywards Heath, Hove, Horley, Heathfield, Hailsham, Lewes, Littlehampton, Newhaven, Oxted, Peacehaven, Polegate, Redhill, Reigate, Storrington, Uckfield, Worthing.

Bath, Bristol, Clevedon, Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet, Yeovil.

Amesbury, Andover, Eastleigh, Romsey, Salisbury, Shaftesbury, Southampton, Totton, Wilton, Winchester.

Blandford, Bournemouth, Bridport, Christchurch, Dorchester, Ferndown, Gillingham (Dorset), Highcliffe, Hythe, Lymington, Lyndhurst, New Milton, Poole, Ringwood, Sherborne, Swanage, Verwood, Wareham, Weymouth, Wimborne.

Perhaps lesser known factoids around and about our Southampton branch are:

Southampton* is the only city in the UK with a geothermal power station. This ranks Southampton as one of the best cities in the UK that emit little CO2.

Bognor*only acquired the accolade of ‘Regis’ – the Latin for ‘of the King’ – in 1929, after King George V was despatched to the South Coast to recover from a lung operation.

Portsmouth* is on the oldest surviving route map, thought to be from around 1360. The city is named as ‘Portis Mouth’ on the map which shows six-hundred towns and cities.

Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle wrote the very first Sherlock Holmes story, ‘A Study in Scarlet’ in Southsea*. Conan-Doyle was practising there as a doctor from his house in Elm Grove.

Shaftesbury*is most famous for its iconic image of Gold Hill. Standing 700 feet above sea level Gold Hill has been immortalised as the cover of countless calendars and chocolate boxes, with the view from the top having been dubbed ‘one of the most romantic sights in England.’

So wherever you’re situated in England’s South East, in any of the 70 locales that AquAid Southampton services, the branch is available for all your water and water cooler requirements.

Contact them today – they’ll be delighted to assist.

*sources – SUSU; Dorset Life; Daily Mail; WOW247; Information Britain;