A row of listed thatched cottages have been destroyed on the Blickling Estate in North Norfolk after a fire spread quickly through the roof of one of them.
No one was injured in the fire which started at around 4pm Saturday 30th April.
The houses are owned by the National Trust and rented out.
Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service say 'thatched' fires are very difficult to deal with because they are designed to repel water.
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