Boys, aged 13 and 14, on arson charges

Fire in a barn on Normoss Road, Normoss, on August 22 The fire broke out at the Garstang Reclamation stonemasonry yard at Normoss Road, Normoss.   Two crews from Blackpool and one from Bispham took more than an hour to tackle the fire, which destroyed the building along with machinery and storage materials found inside.

Fire in a barn on Normoss Road, Normoss, on August 22 The fire broke out at the Garstang Reclamation stonemasonry yard at Normoss Road, Normoss. Two crews from Blackpool and one from Bispham took more than an hour to tackle the fire, which destroyed the building along with machinery and storage materials found inside.

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Three teenage boys accused of causing £10,000 of damage by torching a storage unit have protested their innocence.

The teenagers, two aged 13 the other aged 14, who can not be identified for legal reasons, are charged with arson at a storage building belonging to Stone UK at Normoss on August 22 this year.

They appeared at Blackpool Youth Court on Thursday where they all pleaded not guilty to the offence.

Fire crews - two from Blackpool and one Bispham - were called to the Garstang Reclamation stonemasonry yard at Normoss Road, Normoss at 8.30am on August 22.

The three boys were bailed.