Meet Water Sally, PUB’s Newest Mascot



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You might already know Water Wally, PUB’s mascot. Now meet his sister, Water Sally!

PUB has recently introduced a pink and bubbly Water Sally as part of their Water Conservation Campaign. Together with her brother, the beloved blue Water Wally, she will strive to influence positive behaviour in the younger generation as well as help them be more aware of how climate change is affecting our water sustainability.

Meet Water Sally, PUB’s Newest Mascot

For the first time, PUB is launching the Water Wally and Sally Club - the only water-themed club targeted at children 12 years old and below. The young ones will learn about climate change and water-related topics through fun and exciting activities and special events.

Members will also enjoy privileges offered by merchants popular with children, such as discounted admission to Kiztopia, Science Centre Singapore as well as discounts at places like My Greatest Child and Artary. You can sign your kids up for the club here.

The campaign kicks off with an animated short film, Dear Water Sally, where Water Wally pens a heartfelt letter to his younger sister, who is studying overseas, reminiscing their past adventures.

Meet Water Sally, PUB’s Newest Mascot

The story unfolds against the backdrop of the uniquely naturalised Kallang River meandering through Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. The well-loved otters also make an appearance, alongside other critters, to celebrate Water Wally and Sally’s reunion. Dear Water Sally can be viewed on PUB’s FacebookInstagram and YouTube page.

You can also expect the water droplet siblings to make frequent online and public appearances over the year, as they strive to inculcate positive water usage habits among Singaporeans.

Image credits PUB

 


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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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