Garage fire causes damage to village bungalow

15:54 08 January 2014

Fire crews from Royston, Cambridge and Gamlingay attended the scene

Fire crews from Royston, Cambridge and Gamlingay attended the scene

Archant

A fire which started in a garage caused damage to a bungalow.

Officers from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to South End, Bassingbourn at 1.20pm on Friday.

Crews from Royston, Cambridge and Gamlingay attended the scene and were forced to leave the building while the electricty board isolated the property.

No one was inside the bungalow at the time of the fire and it had been extinguished by 2.30pm.

0 comments

07:01
NHDC councillor for planning and enterprise David Levett.

Councillors are urging people to have their say on the housing plan for North Herts.

Yesterday, 17:56
Daisy standing proud on her own two feet

A disabled puppy has learned to walk for the first time in her life after receiving ground-breaking surgery.

Yesterday, 16:49
Barrington cement plant was decomissioned in 2012

Plans to build up to 220 homes in Barrington has drawn widespread criticism from villagers.

Yesterday, 20:32

Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham puts the voluntary sector in the spotlight

‚ÄĚNorth

Most read stories

E-edition