Posted: Wed 17th Apr 2024

Wrexham AFC Powerchair team promotes national 105 power cut number for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

SP Energy Networks has teamed up with Wrexham AFC Powerchair players to help raise awareness of the national 105 power cut number.

The electricity network provider has been working alongside the Wrexham AFC Community Trust since May 2022.

It recently joined Wrexham AFC Powerchair players Morgan Jones, Carson Jones and Shonna Parry along with 1st team players Ryan Barnett and Ava Suckley at the STōK Cae Ras to raise awareness of the national 105 power cut number.

Calling 105 is free and connects you with your local network operator – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – to report a power cut, no matter who you pay your bill to.

It can be used to report a power cut or damage to electricity power lines or substations. Saving the number in your phone means it’s handy if the lights go out.

For more tips on preparing for potential power cuts, visit the SP Energy Networks website.

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