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Faulty equipment leaves dozens of homes in north Norfolk town without power

PUBLISHED: 10:05 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:05 21 September 2018

UK Power Networks staff at work. File photo. Pic: Ciaran McCrickard Photography.

UK Power Networks staff at work. File photo. Pic: Ciaran McCrickard Photography.

Ciaran McCrickard Photography

Homes in a north Norfolk town were left without power this morning (Friday, September 21) as Storm Bronagh lashes the region with fierce wind and rain.

UK Power Networks reported 32 homes in Holt were affected, but they had hoped to have the power back on by 10am.

The utility firm said the fault was due to a faulty piece of electrical equipment which controls power to the homes.

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