Norfolk County Council’s website, email and telephone services have been restored following suspected power surge

Fire engines at County Hall. Picture: Stuart Anderson

Fire engines at County Hall. Picture: Stuart Anderson - Credit: Archant

Norfolk County Council's telephone, email and internet systems are now back to normal after disruption was caused following a fire and suspected power surge.

The disruption to the authority's communications network had started on Friday following a small electrical fire and suspected power surge, however the council has said all services are today back to normal.

A spokesmand said: 'Norfolk County Council services for the public are operating again after the disruption following a suspected power surge at County Hall.

'Engineers have restored the council's website, email and telephone services in preparation for staff returning to work as normal after the bank holiday weekend.

'The council apologises for the inconvenience caused by the disruption.'

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