FIRE crews responded to a domestic fire in Old Cleeve earlier this week.

Two appliances from Williton and one from Minehead along with an officer were mobilised to the scene of the fire in Cleeve park at around 9.18pm on Wednesday, October 18.

This was following reports to control about a wall smouldering within a privately owned park home property.

 The property was heavily smoke logged and flames were sighted.

It was confirmed that there was a fire within the stud wall of the kitchen/dining room area.

Crews tackled the fire using four breathing apparatus, two attack jets, one safety jet,  two thermal imaging cameras and small tools. The fire resulted in 5 per cent severe fire damage and 50 per cent moderate fire and smoke damage to the property.

Speaking at the time, a spokesperson from the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said: "The cause of the fire is currently unknown, fire investigation will take place in the morning under daylight."