A Grade II-listed church in Bristol that was left severely damaged after a fire this weekend is now structurally safe, emergency services say.
More than thirty five fire fighters were deployed to the blaze on St Michael's Hill yesterday.
The fire started at St Michael on the Mount Without and the road remains closed because of the risk of falling debris.
Avon Fire and Rescue has released video footage of the damage done by the fire which they say destroyed about a third of the church's roof.
Investigations are continuing at the site to find out the exact cause of the fire but police say it isn't yet clear how it started.
The disused church was believed to be occupied by squatters.
Avon & Somerset Police say they are working with Avon Fire and Rescue to establish what caused the fire. A spokesperson said: