PEOPLE with sight problems in Huddersfield are being reminded of services to help them with their water supply.
Yorkshire Water has launched an awareness campaign to inform people how to get help with issues such as billing and information leaflets.
The drive coincided with World Braille Day earlier this month.
The company has already introduced measures through its Helping Hands scheme to assist customers with their special needs.
Bills and leaflets in Braille, large print and audio cassettes are some of the services available.
People with sight difficulties can also arrange phonecalls or personal visits to inform them if supply is going to be interrupted.
Phil Marshall, Yorkshire Water's regulatory service manager, said: "We aim to provide the highest level of service to all our customers."
To register for Helping Hands call 0800 138 7878.