Another power-cut in Henbury!

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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.

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