A Scout hut in Hazlemere is being rebuilt six years after it was burnt down.

In 2014 Bucks Fire and Rescue were called to the scene in Beaumont Way as three fire crews helped tackle the blaze that went up at the village's local Scout group.

The fire was treated as suspicious and the Police investigated under the suspicion of arson.

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Now the hut is being rebuilt as Scouts will once again be able to use the facility in the near future.

After the hut was burnt down:

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Here it is under construction today:

New metal fencing has been placed around the new Scout hut.

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At the time The 11th High Wycombe Scout Group leader, John Webb, hoped it would only be months before work begins.

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He said: “They didn’t just destroy a building; they have affected all the people who use it.”

It was hoped that the new Scout hut would begin the rebuild in months that followed but for unknown reasons it is has been delayed until now.

From a distance

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