Several years ago I saw something similar on La Toretta campsite in Benidorm. Within 5 minutes 8 vans had gone and 2 days later you could not tell there had ever been a fire. Everything had been cleared up and even the 6ft hedge had been replaced with a fully grow hedge. Campsite owners do not like this type of publicity.
Is this the same fire that happened last week? Or a second one?
In the thread title Gromett describes it as a campsite and the video in his post is indeed shot from the campsite.
If it was last week's fire, there is a large campsite, but adjacent there is a storage area and the aerial pictures show the fire area confined to the inner part of the storage area, and the fire service having contained it there, so it did not spread to the campsite, not even to the outer area of the storage, except at one end.
Took a while to find the location initially as they kept saying near Clay Cross - - the site is at Mickley which is well South of the t'Cross the area WAS the storage part of the site, which is why the caravans were so close together
there are local caravan businesses offering to help the owners to make insurance claims without charging their usual fees for insurance quotes
I know what it feels like to have your pride and joy burnt as our last caravan came from Lowdhams when they had their PDI yard fire and we were due to collect ours the very next days after their fire
Happened to a caravan of mine in the late Ninties. I was working on the motorways, caravan was in storage at the company yard, someone's blow heater started the fire. I got paid out by the company I worked for to keep things quiet. It's a gutter. It did make me smile that there was a discussion in the office to work out who was going to ring me to break the news mind.