Crews across Wales deal with grass fires after warm spell

Firefighters are dealing with grass fires which have broken out in several areas of Wales.

In north Wales, crews went to Dolgarrog Road, Conwy, as well as at Pwllheli and Barmouth in Gwynedd.

Meanwhile in the south, crews attended at Clyne Woods, Swansea and at Barrack Hill, Newport as well as a fire behind properties in Neath.

It follows a weekend where crews from the South Wales Fire Service received 100 calls to similar incidents.

On the weekend, fires were also tackled at Bangor Mountain and Porthmadog in Gwynedd, and on Van mountain in Llanidloes, Powys.

The warm weather is expected to continue this week.

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