Cumbria fire and rescue service are using two aerial jets to extinguish residual fires at the Mintsfeet industrial estate.
There are chemicals inside some of the buildings, so crews are taking the necessary precautions to ensure they are safe.
Dozens of fire fighters and police are still at the Mintsfeet industrial estate in Kendal, after a major fire broke out on Saturday evening.
People living nearby have returned to their homes after they were evacuated late last night.
Several roads around the site remain closed.
People were evacuated from their homes on Saturday evening as a major fire spread at Mintsfoot Industrial Estate in Kendal.
"There was black smoke and then there were flames appearing over the buildings and at about 11.30pm they asked us to leave our home."
A number of Kendal businesses have been damaged by a major fire, which broke out on Saturday night.
Furmanite, Mardix and Westmorland Glass were all damaged in the fire on Mintsfeet Industrial Estate.
Fire crews battled through the night to try and tackle the blaze, and were still pumping water into the buildings as daylight broke on Sunday morning.
A woman in Kendal is hoping to row around Great Britain, and it's all in the hope of bringing science, maths, and engineering alive for children.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
The pictures of the boat in this report are courtesy of Charlie Pitcher.
One of Kendal's only indoor play areas, Fun for Kids, is closing after 20 years of business.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
One of Kendal's only indoor play areas, Fun for Kids, is closing after 20 years amid financial concerns.
The owners, Andy and Nicola Kaye, say a long dry summer last year and changes to the age at which children can go to nursery have led to less business.
"Last year, from May to November it was massively, massively dry. It rained of an evening but most of the time through the day it was dry. This has an adverse effect on soft play centres - all across the country, not just us. And also the fact that the Government have lowered the age at which parents can send their children to nursery. Initially I didn't think this would affect us but it instantly had an effect on us."
The change he is referring to is that the government now offers 2-year olds from the lowest income families 15 hours of free nursery education a week as well as 3 and 4 year olds.
The aim is to bring down childcare costs and help parents get back to work but the Department for Education says it doesn't want to comment on this case.
Protestors against cuts to jobs and services have gathered outside Kendal's County Hall today.
Cumbria County Council is meeting there to vote on its budget for the next three years, which includes proposals to cut 1,800 jobs.
Central government funding for Cumbria is being reduced by £83,000,000 between now and 2018.
A woman from Kendal is set to receive a kidney donated by her husband.Read the full story ›
Fiona McIlwraith meets the Dumfries woman who needs two vital organ transplants to survive and is urging people to talk to their families about becoming a donor.