Video: Power company visits Grundisburgh and other hard-hit communities to provide food, shelter and advice

UK Power Networks provided a catering van for the villagers of Grundisburgh who still remain withou

UK Power Networks provided a catering van for the villagers of Grundisburgh who still remain without power. Peter and Janet Grant waiting for their coffee. - Credit: Archant

UK Power Networks have today set up drop-in sessions in Suffolk in areas that have been without power for a long period of time.

UK Power Networks provided a catering van for the villagers of Grundisburgh who still remain withou

UK Power Networks provided a catering van for the villagers of Grundisburgh who still remain without power. - Credit: Archant

Three centres were set up with voluntary organisations, and ran from 12.30pm until 3.30pm today.

Services on offer included the chance to get hot drinks and snacks, a place to sit down and get warm and a chance to speak with UK Power Networks to get the most up-to-date information.

The sessions were set up on Grundisburgh Village Green, at Long Melford Village Hall and Bromeswell Village Hall.

They were supported at each location by Eastern Facilities Management, the Salvation Army and the Royal Voluntary Service respectively.

Anyone trying to get in contact with UK Power Networks can ring 0800 783 8838 from a landline or 01243 508838 from a mobile.

The mobile number will be charged at your standard rate and should be included in any inclusive minutes on you mobile contract.

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