Fire crews in Avon had a farm fire every day for three consecutive days at the end of last week.
A tractor and slurry pump caught fire in Churchill on Friday night (September 4), another tractor caught fire in Thornbury on Saturday (September 6) and a grain silo burnt in Camerton on Sunday (September 5).

The fire in Thornbury broke out at just before 8pm at Old Gloucester Road.

Crews from Thornbury, Avonmouth and Patchway responded and on arrival, found a tractor and slurry pump well alight.

They shared this dramatic video on social media:

The following afternoon at 2.52pm, crews from Blagdon, Yatton and Weston Super Mare were called to Common Lane in Churchill.

Here they found a tractor and machinery trailer burning. 

On Sunday afternoon firefighters from Radstock, Paulton, Bath and Hicks Gate were called to Skinners Hill in Camerton.

They found a large fire within a grain silo, with around 30 tonnes of grain alight.

All three fires have been deemed to have been accidental.