Firefighters have spent the night dealing with a blaze in a barn near Canterbury.
Crews were called to North Stream, Marshside, at just before 11.30pm as flames took hold inside the agricultural building.
Six engines plus a height vehicle and water carrier attended the scene.
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Firefighters tackled the blaze using four hose reel jets, compressed air foam and water drawn from a nearby pond by pump. One engine was left at the scene by 5.30am.
The cause of the fire is not yet known and there were no casualties.