Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is helping residents in Kincardine and Mearns improve their mental health following an award of £14,274 to local mental health charity, Pillar Kincardine, through SSEN’s Resilient Communities Fund.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks will be supporting the British Red Cross and resilience partners this weekend as it attends a community workshop in Ballater to help build preparedness and resilience to the risks of flooding.
As the country attempts to return to normal following prolonged severe weather conditions last week, communities in the north of Scotland are being urged to take advantage of a competitive fund designed to help them improve their community resilience before applications close on Tuesday 15 May.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is preparing for a period of wintry weather that may cause disruption to supplies across its central southern England and north of Scotland electricity distribution networks throughout the course of the week.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has restored power to over 22,000 customers in its central southern England network region following damage caused by Storm Eleanor. It has now returned to business as usual operation for the region.