A West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We are still in attendance at a wildfire on Marsden Moor which was contained overnight and now measures approximately 200m by 150m. Today firefighters will be damping down hot spots. Crews currently in attendance are Huddersfield, Shipley, Dewsbury and Huslet with wildfire support from Slaithwaite.
A West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We have received several calls this morning to flames being seen on Marsden Moor near Deer Hill. It is thought the area has reignited following last week's fires in that area. Crews currently in attendance are wildfire specialists from Slaithwaite, Skelmanthorpe, Todmorden and Holmfirth. The all-terrain Polaris is also in attendance and firefighters are using beaters and blowers to help extinguish the flames of the burning area, which measures 50 square meters.
Wildfire incident - Wessenden Lodge, Marsden
Fire appliances are in attendance, along with wildfire units.
Public advised to stay away from the area.
Further updates to follow.
Ongoing incident in the Pule Hill area of Marsden moor, numerous fire appliances are dealing, public advised to stay away from the area.
We are currently in attendance at a wildfire at Pule Hill, Marsden. Presently, 5 pumps (Fire Engines) are in attendance, alongside 2 wildfire officers, the drone team and Yorkshire Water.
Make pumps 5 Moorland Fire. Fire located near to Deer Hill Reservoir between Meltham and Marsden. Fire 200 metres x 300 metres, crews have used the Polaris vehicle, beaters, blowers and 3 jets.
We had 6 fire appliances in attendance at a moorland fire near to Cupwith Reservoir in Huddersfield.
Crews tackled two lines of fire - each one mile in length.
4 blowers, 10 beaters, 1 major pump into open water and two wildfire vehicles were in use.
We were also being supported by 6 pumps and 2 wildfire units from Greater Manchester FRS.