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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Fiona Clarkson from Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre with Scamp who came along to try out the blue tap to highlight how four-legged residents would be able to benefit from the tap too.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Fiona Clarkson from Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre with Scamp who came along to try out the blue tap to highlight how four-legged residents would be able to benefit from the tap too.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns with MSP Oliver Mundell.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Brian Gibson from one of the town’s oldest businesses, whisky and wine specialists TH Watson. The experts, who run the area’s Drambusters Whisky Club, sampled water from the new tap.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Primary 2 pupils from Noblehill Primary School who donned 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Corey James Lake from Noblehill Primary School who donned an 18th century outfits and recited some poems by Robert Burns.

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Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Fiona Clarkson from Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre with Scamp who came along to try out the blue tap to highlight how four-legged residents would be able to benefit from the tap too.

Youngsters paid tribute to one of Dumfries’ most celebrated former residents when they unveiled a new water refill tap in the town. The high tech Top Up Tap has been installed by Scottish Water as part of its national initiative to encourage people to carry a reusable bottle and stay hydrated on the go. Pictured: Fiona Clarkson from Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre with Scamp who came along to try out the blue tap to highlight how four-legged residents would be able to benefit from the tap too.