More than 700 homes in Northumberland left without electricity after a major power cut. Residents in Boulmer and Berwick were among those taking to social media to ask the electricity provider when the problem would be resolved.
Power cuts have happened in Newbury, West Berkshire leaving homes without electricity. SSE said sorry for the loss of supply. The cause of the outage was currently a fault
that affected the areas listed.
Engineers are investigating after residents of two East Herts villages were left without power after a field fire. In the first, power was restored to all affected customers. However, in relation to the second incident, the fault has not yet been fixed, but all customers should have had their power restored.
A power cut affected parts of Royston and many villages. The portion of Royston affected by the outage was north of Baldock Road/Street and west of Kneesworth Street/Old North Road. Part of the Burns Road estate was also affected, according to UK Power Networks.
A huge power cut affected parts of High Wycombe, Hazlemere, Marlow, Bourne End and surrounding areas. Many residents in the area lost power and even mobile signal was affected for many people, leaving them unable to even report the power cut to SSE.
Dozens of families were without power in Uttoxeter and Stafford. The service says the matter is a 'high voltage' incident. Such incidents tend to affect wider areas than the 'low voltage', which are more localised.
Several homes in Keswick could experience a power outage this week as Electricity North West carry out work. Power cuts are planned for properties in the town. All customers who could be affected have been informed.