'Greggor The Goose And The Water Trough' is the thirty-third individual Pete the Bee story written by British author Paul Cook. The short stories are centred around the rescue farm where Pete and his friends live. The animals, which include Shebdon the shire horse and Brandon the fly, share many adventures together but Pete usually saves the day. These lighthearted stories can be enjoyed by children of all ages. In this story, Greggor the goose decides to keep all of the water put out for the animals to drink for himself. What will the other animals do so they can have a drink?