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A team of eager Central Networks apprentices recently spent a day creating a wildlife garden at Bilston Church of England Primary School. The 40-strong team worked hard on the area to welcome wildlife in to the school environment. The volunteers built
Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is carrying out a series of fly-by inspections by helicopter of overhead power lines across Lincolnshire. Jim O'Sullivan, Director of Infrastructure Services at Central Networks,
Central Networks has been rewarded for its customer service in this year's Customer Service Reward Scheme, run by industry regulator Ofgem. The annual awards allow Ofgem to reward electricity distributors, such as Central Networks, for innovation and
Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, has donated 300 power cut packs to St Richards Hospice, which cares for patients and families in Worcestershire living with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. The packs
Central Networks is offering a £10,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for a spate of attacks on the electricity network in the Coventry area. So far this month, more than 10 substations have been broken into and
Central Networks is offering a £1,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of anyone responsible for attacks on high voltage pylons in Gloucestershire. These dangerous attacks on the electricity network have seen thieves scaling large pylons
Central Networks has created a plan to bring an ‘electricity internet’ to Milton Keynes and pave the way for how we’ll all be using energy in the future. The plan builds on Milton Keynes Council’s Low Carbon Living Programme, which is already working
Andrew Bridgen, Conservative Member of Parliament for North West Leicestershire, took time out of his busy schedule recently to learn more about local energy distributor, Central Networks. Paying a visit to the Central Networks head office at Castle Donington,
A team of eager Central Networks volunteers recently spent a day transforming an outdoor area at Kate's Hill Primary School in Dudley. The 14-strong team redesigned and built a roofed fortress area, creating a playground retreat to help inspire the children's
Central Networks is offering a £5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for a chain of substation attacks in the Coventry area. In the last week alone, an alarming 37 substation break-ins have been discovered in Coventry,
For the second year running, local electricity distributor Central Networks has donated 400 of its crisis packs to Anchor Staying Put Shropshire, as part of its work to help elderly and other vulnerable customers. The packs, which contain useful items
A staggering nine substations have been broken into in Coventry, with thieves stealing vital safety equipment. The substations, which were all carrying 11,000 volts are the latest target of copper thieves who broke in and ripped out copper earthing tape,
Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England, is continuing its fly-by of the electricity network, after finishing inspections of its towers which support the 132kV electricity network. Jim O’Sullivan, Director of Infrastructure
Residents of Hereford are being advised of upcoming night work in the town centre, which will be carried out by Central Networks, the electricity distribution company for central England. Essential work will be taking place from Monday 23 rd August for
Central Networks is offering a £5,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of anyone responsible for a spate of chainsaw attacks on power poles in rural Nottinghamshire. In an effort to stem the dangerous attacks on the electricity network,