Smoke detectors have saved Raymond Blanc's famous restaurant in Oxfordshire.
Fire crews tackled a chimney blaze at Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons in Great Milton.
The building was quickly evacuated and there was little damage thanks to an early warning from smoke sensors
The celebrity chef Raymond Blanc was at the OX5 charity run in Oxfordshire to lend his support to the event which raises money for the Oxford Children's Hospital. He is the top chef at Oxfordshire's Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons and told ITV Meridian he was delighted to be helping a good cause.
Blenheim Palace played host to 1,100 charity fun runners taking part in the OX5 charity run in Oxfordshire. The participants are raising money for the Oxford Childrens' Hospital.
More than a thousand people have braved the cold, chilly weather today to take part in this year's OX5 charity run at Blenheim Palace. The event is in aid of the Oxford Children's Hospital. The chef Raymond Blanc was there to start the runners off on their way around the course.
More than one thousand runners are taking part in a charity run at Blenheim Palace. The chef Raymond Blanc will start them off on their challenge at 10.30am.
Gold and white tracksuit - check, Olympic Torch - check, mobile phone - dropped on the road. French chef Raymond Blanc was so focused on carrying the flame, that he dropped his mobile phone in the street.