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We publish as much as we can on the website, but if you would like any information which isn’t published on our website please get in touch.
You may have noticed the new speed limit signage going up around the village. It is hoped that all new signs will be up by the middle of this week and the road markings will follow in around 2-3 weeks’ time.
A map of the roads covered by the new speed limit (in blue) can be found below.
We hope that the new reduced speed limits will make the village safer, quieter and more pleasant for everyone.
|SSEN Distribution Yellow Alert – Storm Ciarán Wednesday 01 November 2023 09:30 Storm Ciarán is due to hit central southern England overnight on Wednesday and continue into Thursday, leading to several hours of strong winds, heavy rain and a risk of localised flooding.
SSEN’s latest weather model shows a likelihood of southerly and south-westerly gusts of up to 70mph along the Hampshire and Sussex coast overnight on Wednesday and throughout the day on Thursday, with inland gusts of up to 60mph in Dorset. Gusts in excess of 50mph are possible in Berkshire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire. The winds will be accompanied by persistent, heavy rain.
Customers are encouraged to be prepared for the possibility of disruption to supplies by:
– Saving the emergency power cut number – ‘105‘ – to your phone to report any loss of supply or damage to the electricity network
– Visiting SSEN’s Power Track Website to give you details of power cuts and restoration times. You can also report power cuts and network damage through the Power Track app
– Going to SSEN’s website where there is a wealth of advice and information on how to deal with a power cut, or to chat live to one of SSEN’s advisors via its Webchat service
Customers are also eligible for SSEN’s Priority Services Register (PSR) if they:
-Are deaf or hard of hearing
-Have a disability
-Live with children under five
-Are blind or partially sighted Have a chronic illness
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at
Fiona Morrissey Engagement Delivery Manager, SSEN