Suspected arsonists have targeted Lawrence Weston Community Farm in Bristol for the second time this year.
Fire crews were called to the farm in Saltmarsh Drive last night where they found a block of toilets had been set alight. No-one was injured and no animals were harmed.
A spokesperson for Avon Fire & Rescue Service said the fire had been started deliberately.
Today a trustee from the farm told ITV News that it was a devastating blow for the community project which is still recovering from a huge fire in it's main building in March. That was also thought to have been started deliberately and a 15 year old boy was arrested.
The trustee told ITV News that the portable toilets would cost around £1000 each to repair. The organisation relies heavily on donations and volunteers to operate.
They are now asking for people to help them with their security.
Anyone with any information regarding the latest fire should call the police on 101.