WELSH Water are dealing with burst water main in Penarth again - only a week after one cut off water supply in the area for hours. 

The Vale of Glamorgan Council have made residents aware that a burst water main in Penarth is impacting customers in the area - as well as parts of Llandough. 

Public toilets in Penarth will be also closed today for essential works.

The council have apologised for any inconvenience this may cause.

A spokesperson for Welsh Water said: "Welsh Water are currently dealing with a burst water main in Penarth. 

"This is affecting some customers in this area. These customers may experience low water pressure or have no water supply. 

"We are working very hard to restore supplies to all customers affected and expect this to be completed by later this afternoon. 

"Customers may see water tankers while we restore water to the area. Our team is on site working to repair the burst which we expect to be completed through the evening.

"As supplies begin to return, some customers may notice a slight discolouration of their tap water. 

"This is not unusual after an incident of this nature and should clear within a short period of time.

"We are very sorry for the inconvenience this is causing and assure everybody affected that we are doing all we can to restore normal service as quickly as possible.

"Please visit www.dwrcymru.com/inyourarea or our social media channels for updated information."

Penarth Times: The areas impacted. Picture: Welsh Water The areas impacted. Picture: Welsh Water

Last week parts of Penarth were without water for over ten hours after a water main burst overnight.