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Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is to carry out important underground cable refurbishment starting Sunday 29th April as part of a £2.25 million project to ensure the reliability of the electricity supply to
Volunteers at the Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service (LIVES) will be buying life saving equipment thanks to a donation from local electricity distribution company Central Networks, part of E.ON UK. Fred Goodyear, a volunteer at LIVES
Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is spreading FA Cup fever in Gloucester this weekend by offering fans the chance to get up close and personal with the legendary FA Cup trophy. Part of E.ON UK, the Sponsor of
A Lincoln children’s group is to build a new sensory garden after winning a grant from Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England. The company, part of E.ON UK, has donated £2,500 to Lincoln’s Mount Street Infant and Nursery
Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is carrying out helicopter patrols in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire as part of its network inspection work. The patrols play an essential role in identifying
Pupils at Uppingham Community College spent a day learning some practical new skills and seeing science in action when they created an electricity generator with the help of engineers from Central Networks. As part of an industry day at the college, groups
Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, has today issued urgent safety advice ahead of the Easter bank holiday after a child was seen entering a substation in Brownhills, Walsall. It is believed that the boy had kicked
Electricity distribution company Central Networks is taking its electricity safety vehicle into two Derbyshire schools to teach children about the dangers that electricity can pose. Children from Gorseybrigg Primary School in Dronfield Woodhouse and Tupton
Electricity distribution company Central Networks is reminding children across the Midlands to keep well away from its electrical equipment and stay safe while having fun over the Easter break. To get the special safety message across, the company is