RNAS Culdrose have spoken more about a fire that broke out in a large office block over the weekend.

The on-base crew from the naval station were on the scene just after 5am on Sunday.

They were joined by crews from Helston, Mullion, Falmouth, Tolvaddon and St Just, with the fire brought under control around 6am.

A Culdrose spokesperson said this morning: "The Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose duty fire team worked with Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service to control a fire in an office area during the early hours of Sunday morning.

"The military and civilian teams train together regularly so that we can efficiently and effectively respond together for actual emergencies.

"We can confirm that the fire was located within office/administration space and that there has been no damage to any personnel or aircraft.

"As with any fire, we now await the results of a fire investigation."

She added that the airfield fire station is on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year to cover any incidents, carry out training to to deal with aircraft and building fire and rescue.

The blaze was maintained to the ground floor of the building.

Four major pumping appliances, with breathing apparatus support, the incident control unit and two flexi duty officers all attended.