Power cut in South Cambs villages

PUBLISHED: 20:16 21 April 2018 | UPDATED: 20:16 21 April 2018

A power cut has been reported in South Cambs.

A power cut has been reported in South Cambs.

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A power cut is potentially affecting many of our South Cambs villages this evening.

The fault was first reported at around 6.30pm and homes that could be affected are in the SG8 0 postcode area – which includes Litlington, Abington Pigotts, The Mordens, Shingay-cum-Wendy and Arrington.

The UK Power Networks website said the outage is due to an electrical fault and does not currently state a time when power is due to be put back on.

Go to www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/power-cut/map?incidentid=INCD-1206305-A for updates.

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