Video credit: Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service
Firefighters are currently tackling another blaze at Wareham Forest in Dorset.
It comes after more than 220 hectares of heathland was destroyed in a previous fire at Wareham Forest.
They say it is a new fire in a new location.
Ten fire engines are on the scene and crews are expected to remain there for the rest of the day.
Sugar Hill Road is now closed and there is a significant amount of smoke in the area.
Residents nearby are being asked to keep windows and doors closed.
So far, the cause of the fire remains unknown and there have been no reported injuries.
In May, a fire at Wareham Forest ripped through heathland, caused by what fire investigators believe were discarded barbecues.
A petition to ban the sale of disposable barbecues in Dorset has gained more than fourteen thousand signatures.