From the junction with Old Hill to the junction with Dancing Lane for 440 metres on 19th July for 1 day from 09:30 to 15:30.
Our Ref: 184041
On the below dates we need to turn off the electricity supply to allow us to safely carry out essential maintenance, including upgrading transformers, replacing rotten poles,and to connect and disconnect a generator on our overhead electricity network in the Bruton area. This work is essential as it will help make your electricity supply more reliable in the future. While the work is being done you will be without power for the shortest time necessary. The safety of our customers and staff is at the heart of what we do and we would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience.. We commit to providing you with a reliable and safe electricity supply. We do all we can to minimise any disruption. However, the work we will be doing on the above dates is necessary and cannot be done safely unless we turn off your electricity. We will turn your electricity back on as soon as the work is finished. If you have any questions, or you intend to use a generator, please phone 07767850393 .
- Monday 3rd June, 0900-1700 – RedLynch area
- Wednesday 5th June, 0900-1700 – Lower Barn area
- Saturday 8th June, 0900-1600 – Bruton and Pitcombe area
- Saturday 8th June, 1600-1800 –Red Lynch area .
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The Friends of Castle Cary Library are looking at options to keep the library running in the likely event that funding from Somerset County Council is reduced or removed. If you would like to get involved, the flyer above gives more details of the scheme.