– May.25: The fire service said the roof and first floor had been completely destroyed and the ground floor suffered “significant damage”. #AceNewsReport DORSET: Thatched cottage destroyed by fire: The blaze broke out in the detached property in Cowgrove Road, Pamphill, near Wimborne, at about 14:00 BST on Sunday’ More than 60 firefighters from Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service worked to bring the fire under control.
The fire engulfed the roof of the thatched home
Crews remain at the scene dampening down.
No casualties have been reported and the cause of the fire is not yet known.
Anthony OliverFirefighters stripped thatch from the roof to stop the spread of the flames
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– BRITAIN -April 19 – A sand sculptor is re-creating the Last Supper on a beach in Dorset. #AceUKNews
Mark Anderson is sculpting the Easter scene on the beach at Weymouth
Artist Mark Anderson is sculpting the Easter scene in Weymouth, which depicts Jesus sharing a final meal with his apostles before his crucifixion.
Mr Anderson’s grandfather, Fred Darrington, took on the same project in the 1970’s
His grandfather, Fred Darrington, who was also a sand sculptor at the resort, took on the same project in the 1970’s.
Mr Anderson, who has been a sculptor for 28 years, said it was one of the most difficult challenges he had ever taken on.
#AceWeatherNews ` UK Storm’s Worst Flood’s in 20 Year’s Leave Thousands without Power’
Heavy rain and winds have battered Britain, leaving thousands of homes without power in Wales and the south-west of England.
Electricity companies said Wednesday some 44,000 homes were experiencing intermittent power with another 5,000 homes being cut off from main power.
Britain’s meaning conditions represented a danger to life. Environment Agency has so far issued six severe flood warnings along the south coast in Cornwall and Dorset,
On the Isles of Scilly, there were reports of winds as strong as 146 kilometres per hour (91 miles per hour).
In the south-western county collapsed and left the main railway line suspended in mid-air. Devon, a section of the sea wall in the town Dawlish
The bad weather also caused disruptions to rail and air travel, with cancellations across much of the south.
This was the latest of the bad weather that has battered Britain since last December.
One of the worst affected areas is have been under water for more than a month. Somerset Levels in south-west England where thousands of hectares (acres)
Several villages in the Somerset Levels have been cut off and are only accessible by boat, as the area is experiencing the worst floods in 20 years.
Experts say the main reason for the wet weather is a predominance of west and south-west winds , bringing in mild air from the Atlantic.