Three train stations and a park will be getting public water fountains in a bid to cut down on plastic waste.

The partnership between the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Thames Water will see a total of 50 fountains rolled out around the capital, with four coming to Wandsworth.

Responding to the mayor's announcement, London Assembly Member for Merton and Wandsworth Leonie Cooper said: "These new water refill stations will be welcomed by local communities, who are deeply concerned about the rising tide of plastic waste.

“We must do everything we can to tackle this scourge, particularly as so many plastic bottles end up in the River Thames, posing a danger to wildlife and getting into the foodchain.

“During the summer months it’s also really important that Londoners keep hydrated, especially when travelling on the Tube. Easy access to a reliable and clean supply of water also helps achieve this.”

The average Londoner currently buys more than three plastic water bottles every week, which equates to around 175 bottles every year per person.

The fountains are easily identifiable by a water droplet design and each one is fitted with a device to measure the amount of water dispensed to demonstrate the equivalent number of single-use plastic bottles saved.

Londoners can also access free drinking water from more than 2,500 cafes, shops and businesses offering free tap water through the Refill London scheme, with participating outlets putting easily identifiable refill stickers in their windows.

So where can you find the new fountains in Wandsworth?