A garden centre in Cardiff will be closed 'for the foreseeable' future after it was destroyed by a blaze which started late last night.
Children from Betws Primary School, which was partially destroyed by fire, receive a donation of books to re-stock their library.
South Wales fire crews say an overheating table fan was behind the blaze at Betws Primary School in Bridgend yesterday afternoon.
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service say the location of the fire is different from the blaze at the SiteServ Recycling Centre earlier this month.
86 firefighters are currently on site dealing with the fire and preventing any spread to the surrounding properties.
– Andrew Thomas, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service
As a precaution, we ask the public and local businesses to be vigilant, as we move the necessary resources we require, around the site and utilise the water supplies we need.
It has been confirmed that there is no asbestos within the building but we also ask that people keep their windows and doors closed.
Our reporter James Crichton-Smith says crews could be at the scene for the rest of the day.
Members of the public who live near the Vale Business Park in Llandow are being asked to be vigilant and to keep doors and windows closed.
Members of South Wales Fire and Rescue team have been on the scene of a large fire there since 5am.
There are now ten appliances, six water bowsers and two hydraulic platforms at the fire, which is thought to involve recycled materials.
The Business Park is currently completely closed.
Two more fire engines have been requested to tackle a large fire at the Vale Business Park in Llandow, bringing the total number to eight.
Cardiff airport has been told as a precaution because of the large plumes of smoke.
The large building is also being monitored in preparation for possible collapse.
Firefighters have now been fighting the blaze for 2 hours.
Update Llandow: Firefighters have been fighting the fire for two hours Cardiff Airport infd as caution as large plume of smoke is in the air
Update Llandow: A futher 2 fire engines (8) and a further aerial has been requested at the incident
Fire Engines from Cowbridge Llantwit Major Barry (2) Bridgend (2) 3 water bowsers+ an aerail ladder in attendance Vale Business Park Llandow
Update Llandow:Time of call was 05:14 + on arrival Crews discovered 2 seats of fire within a building and asked for 4 fire engines + bowser
Update Llandow: Fire involving a commercial building 100m x 100m an incident control unit + environment pod also mobilised to incident
#SWControl attending a large incident in the Cowbridge area this morning lots of resources attending including 6 pumps & 4 water bowsers JM
#SWControl have mobilised three apps to Vale Business Park Llandow report of units on fire, crews from Cowbridge LLantwit and Bridgend JM