Seven fire crews were called to the scene of a large fire in an open-sided barn yesterday.

One fire engine and crew from Beaconsfield, two from Hillingdon, one from Ruislip, one from Slough, one from Langley and one from Maidenhead attended the scene on Oxford Road in New Denham at around 8.20pm.

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A large smoke plume was seen from the A40 in the direction of Denham with local residents advised to stay in and keep windows shut.

The barn contained a large quantity of hay, farm machinery and horse boxes.

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Firefighters used two main jets, two hose reels, four sets of breathing apparatus and fans as they battled the fire.

Relief crews from Gerrards Cross, Amersham and High Wycombe attended during the night and morning.

A crew from Gerrards Cross and an officer remain at the scene this morning.