This morning more than 400 households in Henbury were left without power. We understand this was due to a fire in a transformer on Whirley Road.
Find out here what to do in the event of a power cut.
You can call 105 to get through to Electricity North West and report a power-cut. They are responsible for the power supply — NOT your electricity provider!
You can also register with them, so that you will receive email or text message updates in any future power cuts.
More news from Henbury
VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES TO HELP KEEP COMMUNITIES SAFEDavid Keane, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire has contacted the Parish Council in relation to a number of volunteering opportunities that are now available. The volunteering scheme is currently running strong with 45 volunteers supporting his office, but he has now launched a volunteer recruitment drive to give local...
Manchester Airport have recently announced plans to increase their use of dual runways. Fortunately, this doesn't affect Henbury too much, but there is some interesting information available. See here.In addition — the airport are currently consulting on their draft Noise Action Plan (2019 — 2023). You...
Sir Francis Graham Smith, one of the longest-serving members of Henbury Parish Council, has recently retired (age 95) after many years of loyal service. To mark the occasion, fellow-councillor Valerie Dyson treated Sir Francis, along with some friends and other members of the Parish Council, to a fantastic lunch at her home. Sir Francis is pictured cutting his celebration cake.Sir Francis...