FIRE crews from four towns are out in force near St Asaph this morning.

North Wales Fire and Rescue have been of scene at the fire, which is believed to have taken place in a barn, in the Waen area from about 6.30am.

Crews from St Asaph, Rhyl, Denbigh and Holywell have spent more than three hours containing the incident.

A spokesperson for Fire said: "We were called to a fire at an agricultural building in Waen at 6.35 am on Saturday, March 28.

"We called a stop at 10.06 am, and now the crews are all booked away from the site."

More to follow.