Bosses at a factory in Gloucestershire have been reassuring staff after a catastrophic fire there earlier this week.
Dowty Propellers in Staverton was destroyed on Wednesday night. The owner, GE Aviation says it is doing its best to get the operation running again. It says it is committed to the workforce and the business.
Staff from Dowty Propellers are meeting today and will be briefed on their future after the massive fire yesterday.
Some are worried that GE Aviation will pull out of the site, which could threaten the jobs of 250 employees.
Below is a statement from Dowty Propellors who own the factory which caught fire last night.
250 people work there, and fortunately no one was injured:
Stuart Edgar, the Fire Chief who tackled the blaze, says this is one the largest fires he's ever seen:
This picture shows how 80% of the Dowty Propellers' factory has been destroyed:
No one was injured in the fire which ripped through a Staverton factory last night.
Up to 80 firefighters were called to tackle the blaze:
There's been a huge fire at a factory in Gloucestershire.
80% of Dowty Propellers in Staverton has been damaged.
It broke out just after midnight and has now been brought under control. No one was injured.
The cause of a fire at a flat in Bristol started accidentally.
One man died in the fire at Carolina House in Kingsdown on Saturday 6 September. Avon Fire & Rescue has been working alongside a number of other agencies, including Avon and Somerset Constabulary, to ascertain the cause of the fire.
Police say they are treating a fire, which tore through a Bristol tower block yesterday, as not suspicious.
A 61 year old man died in the blaze, which started on the 7th floor of Carolina House in Dove Street.
About a hundred people were evacuated from the building. Some have now been let back into their homes. Others are in temporary accommodation.