A village in Lancashire has been left with no water, electricity or phone signal, according to residents.
The village of Trawden, in Pendle, has been left cut off from essential supplies.
This is a result of the severe weather conditions brought by Storm Arwen when it hit the county overnight on Friday (November 26).
It saw flying debris and falling trees cause damage to a large number of overhead powerlines, which left more than 7,000 homes across the county without power.
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While the majority of the disruption has been restored, there are still 1,060 properties left without power. These include schools and businesses in the Trawden postcode area.
United Utilities has also recorded low pressure or no water in the BB8 postcode affected Colne and the surrounding areas, including Trawden.
A message from the water board says: "Just to let you know, it’s taking longer than we’d hoped due to the poor weather conditions to find out what’s causing no water or low pressure in your area. Please be assured, we are working as quickly as we can to get to the bottom of this and have your taps flowing again."
Trawden Forest Primary School has had to close due to the adverse weather. It is thought the closure will remain in place all day.
It is understood that staff and pupils are working remotely.
On Lancashire County Council's website, the reason for closure was listed as: "No water, the adverse weather over the weekend has left most of the village of Trawden with no water, no electricity and no phone signal when we arrived this morning we also discovered that the school has no water.
"All staff and pupils will teach/learn remotely today."
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