Spring Water Boreholes

Hello all
It's been a while since I last asked a question of this knowledgable group, but I've been working on a new kitchen recently, but now that it's finished, I want to see if I can make use of an old, capped, spring well on our property.
Does anyone know whereabouts on the 'net I might be able to get information regarding borehole data? I've already tried the British Geological Survey, the local council and local water authority with no luck whatsoever....
I DO know that the borehole was PROBABLY drilled by the then Ayrshire Spring Water company, which unfortunately no longer exists, but I don't know when this might have happened (The drilling, not the company going to the wall that is)
Thanks in advance
Tim (Nicholson)
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There is a company in Presteigne, Powys, Mid-Wales that will do a full survey for a charge of about 200. I think they are called O.D Morgan & Sons. I'm sure that they have a web-site with lots of information about bore holes - I don't have any address though.
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Not a very popular subject now'a'days are they. Unless you're looking for gas or oil. :-))
This is about the only thing interesting on the subject:
http://www.shu.ac.uk/pri/scripts/resources/uploaded/ideas/water_aq.htm
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http://www.wbadmorgan.co.uk/licensing.htm
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