Fire crews called to blaze near former airfield
- Credit: Archant
Fire crews were called in to put out a blaze in farm land in Matlaske, near a former Royal Air Force airfield.
Crews from Sheringham, Holt and Cromer fire stations went to the scene of the fire in a stubble field at around 2.20pm today (Tuesday, August 7).
Crews used hose reel jets and beaters and had the fire under control by just after 3pm.
The last fire crew were away from the scene at around 4pm.
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