Firefighters from Oxfordshire and Berkshire are still at the scene of a large fire at an historic Grade II listed property near Kingston Lisle in Oxfordshire.
At the height of the blaze more than 80 firefighters including crews from Reading, Newbury, Oxford and Wantage tackled the fire through torrential rain.
It's understood that the roof of Fawler Manor which dates from the early 16th century has been badly damaged.
The cause of the fire is not thought to be suspicious, but investigations are continuing.
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