There have been further reports of people deliberately setting fire to areas of grassland across south Wales.
A major conference was recently held to agree a new approach on tackling the vast number of grassland fires that have threatened communities right across Wales.
Since the beginning of the month, firefighters have dealt with 1,200 fires that were deliberately started.
Grass was deliberately set on fire near the Maenllwynd Inn Rudry at 21.21 Caerphilly crews attended
Grass was deliberately set on fire near the Peppercorn Lodge on Port Road East at 20.32 Barry crews attended
Maesteg crews attended a hectare of grassland deliberately set on fire near the Golf Club at 18,33 beaters used
The total number of grass fires dealt with by South Wales Fire and Rescue Service are up by nearly 200% on last year, new figures show.
More than 100 blazes across Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil have been reported to police since the beginning of March.
People starting grass fires should be locked-up Wales' Public Services Minister will be told later today