Fire near National Trust landmark takes hours to extinguish

PUBLISHED: 11:10 20 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:11 20 July 2018

Horsey Windpump. PHOTO: Liz Murton/

Horsey Windpump. PHOTO: Liz Murton/

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Emergency services have been at the scene of a large fire near a National Trust landmark since before 6.30am.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service arrived at the incident, near Horsey Windpump, at 6.41am.

Around 15 fire fighters from Acle and Stalham managed to put out the grass fire at 9.02am, but the fire service remain at the scene.

The fire was on a grass embankment.

Horsey Windpump sits next to Horsey Mere on the east coast.

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