AN investigation has been launched following a fire at a caravan park in Hollins Green.

Enquiries are ongoing to determine the cause of the fire after fire crews were called to Holly Bank Caravan Park at 12pm today, Thursday.

Three fire engines from Warrington and one fire engine from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service were called in to tackle the blaze.

But all fire engines have now left the scene.

Five caravans were on fire and a further two caravans have suffered heat damage, Cheshire Fire have confirmed.



Fire crews used four hose reel jets and four breathing apparatus to deal with the incident off Warburton Bridge Road.

Firefighters have removed several cyclinders and used a thermal imaging camera to make sure they are safe.