Pathani village water project consists of a single tank of about 40,000 litre capacity that was built between November 2015 and April 2016 and which replaced a leaking water chamber 10 metres higher up the hill . There is a sizeable trough below the tank enabling people to wash themselves, the washing of clothes and kitchen equipment and the collection of water for cooking and consumption. There are 3 taps. The tank represents the final piece of the jigsaw in that the 4 villages of Pathani, Kot Guan and upper and Lower Bayapani should now be able to enjoy a satisfactory water supply all year round.
Wey Valley staff and students helped with the digging out of the tank foundations during their visit in December 2015 and Wey Valley School also jointly funded the Project with the Trust at a cost of £1200.