Big storm: Communities still without power in aftermath of St Jude’s storm ­— are you affected?

Thousands of households have been left in the dark following the storm on Monday

Thousands of households have been left in the dark following the storm on Monday - Credit: Archant

Many places in Suffolk and north Essex are still powerless in the wake of St Jude’s storm which swept through the region yesterday.

A map of the locations without power at 5pm on October 29, 2013. Are you still cut off from the powe

A map of the locations without power at 5pm on October 29, 2013. Are you still cut off from the power network? Or have you had it restored to you? Let us know - Credit: Archant

While UK Power Networks work to get homes reconnected to the network some people are having to stay with friends and relatives or team up with neighbours to keep warm, cook and stay safe.

Home and businessowners enquiring with UK Power Networks for an update on when power will be returned to them have been told it could be anywhere between 24 and 36 hours.

Below is a list of the areas known to be still without power (in alphabetical order).

Suffolk:


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Acton

Ashbocking

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Brockford

Bures

Coddenham

Copdock & Washbrook

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Dennington

Earl Soham

Easton

Elmsett

Falkenham

Great Ashfield

Hacheston

Henley

Higham

Hollesley

Lakenheath

Leavenheath

Long Melford

Lower Hacheston

Marlesford

Melton

Nacton

Needham Market

Newton Green

Offton

Peasenhall

Rushmere

Snape

Sudbourne

Sutton

Theberton

Thwaite

Ufford

Wenhaston

Witnesham

Essex:

Borley

Great Bardfield

Great Horkesley

Mistley

Ramsey

Wix

Do you know of any other areas that are still without power after yesterday’s storm? Or is your town/village listed here but power has been restored to you? Let us know:

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email - newsroom@archant.co.uk

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