Arson suspected over fire at Brimham Rocks 19 April 201120 April 2011 News Please share the newsThe North Yorkshire fire service attended a fire cover 2500 Square metres of heather at Brimham Rocks, between Harrogate and Pateley Bridge on 16th April 2011. Fire appliances attended from Summerbridge, Ripon and Harrogate at just after 5pm and it took until 6.30pm to bring the fire under control. The fire service believe that the fire was started intentionally. Please share the news You might be interested in 24 February 202125 February 2021 Closure of local bank branch: Halifax, Market Place in Knaresborough 24 February 2021 Councillor Pat Marsh resigns from Climate Coalition, citing “talking shop committee” rather than bringing the community together 24 February 202124 February 2021 North Yorkshire Covid-19: continued reduction in infection rates and hospital admissions Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Previous Story Man dies following coach collision on A19 Easingwold bypass Next Story 5th May a big day for voters, but why are schools closed?