Engineers called in to fix Norwich’s Tunnel of Light
- Credit: Copyright: Archant 2019
Engineers have been called in to fix Norwich's Tunnel of Light, which continues to be hit by technical problems.
It is one of the highlights of the city's festive light display, but this year the tunnel has been plagued by glitches which have prevented the attraction from consistently lighting up.
Norwich City midfielder Todd Cantwell turned on the lights on Thursday, November 14, but within 24 hours the light display was out of action after being hit by problems and a power outage.
Engineers were called in to fix the problem and the tunnel was up and running again on Saturday evening but by Sunday the lights were once again out of action.
A spokesperson for the Norwich Business Improvement District (BID), which is behind the city's Christmas lights, said: "Engineers are on the scene addressing a technical fix required to support the Christmas lights around Hay Hill, including the Tunnel of Light."
You may also want to watch:
As of Monday afternoon, they said work was ongoing, but it was more likely to be up and running on Tuesday.
- 1 'Our lives are being destroyed': Neighbours' despair over noisy students
- 2 Pupil taken to hospital after incident at Thorpe St Andrew school
- 3 'The final straw' - Bakery fears closure over council plans
- 4 Man found dead at Thorpe St Andrew home
- 5 Norwich named UK's most romantic destination
- 6 Diversions in place on A47 near Norwich due to flooding
- 7 City staff facing 'mass burnout' but what is behind the extreme exhaustion?
- 8 See inside this quirky bungalow for sale near Norwich railway station
- 9 Norwich man wanted by police
- 10 Petrol attack shopkeeper opens spice shop and restaurant in former pub